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Blight, Salt, Cold, Stress: Protect Your Trees Before Winter Hits!

Winter Backyard Winter is going to come to the east end this year like a freight train from the heart of Siberia and now is the time to get your trees ready for it! At Fox Tree we're already pre-treating boxwoods and other ornamentals for next spring with dormant fungicides to protect existing [...]

October 23rd, 2013|

Storm Surge Causing Delayed Tree Defoliation on Long Island!

Storm Surge At Fox Tree we are seeing a serious and disturbing problem at properties that had salt water incursion from Super Storm Sandy. Trees that appeared healthy in early spring, with well-formed buds and no apparent storm damage, have opened their buds and pushed out new foliage. Within days, the leaves are [...]

May 21st, 2013|

Time to Fertilize Your Trees!

A Tree's Rhizosphere and Canopy Winter storms, salt damage, poor soil, stress, slow growth, poor planting - there are dozens of reasons why we recommend a spring fertilization for your trees and woody ornamentals this year! We like spring feedings because they come at a natural point in the life-cycle of trees when [...]

March 27th, 2013|