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Woolly What?

Woolly Wax!A common problem facing our Pines is the Pine Bark Adelgid. These colorful insects produce a woolly wax, damaging shoots and immature branches. Adelgids secrete a protective fiber, giving the appearance of white, strand-like filaments. A tree presenting with this "woolly wax" has often been described as appearing snow-covered or whitewashed. The adelgid prefer [...]

June 12th, 2018|

Verticillium Wilt

Verticillium wilt is a fungus that affects nearly 85% of the woody ornamentals in the U.S. Hundreds of species are susceptible to this soil-borne fungi. Verticillium can become a serious problem as the fungi will remain in the soil forever, often without the host ever showing symptoms. This fatal disease infects the plants directly through [...]

June 2nd, 2018|

Arbor Day

Arbor Day Bart L. Fusco, Certified Arborist #NY 0007 Registered Consulting Arborist #287   On Friday, April 27, 2018, Americans across the country will celebrate Arbor Day.   Founded by nature lovers J. Sterling Morton and his wife, Arbor Day celebrates our love for our trees. As editor of a newspaper, Mr. Morton was able [...]

April 23rd, 2018|

Barking Mad!

The effects of cold, endless winters can wreak havoc on your yard. As the weather becomes nicer and you begin to venture outdoors, it’s a great idea to walk your property and survey the damage. Injured and dying trees are not only painful to look at, they can also be incredibly dangerous. One of the [...]

April 11th, 2018|

Hire a Pro! Be Safe

As the link to the following video illustrates, there are good reasons why you should calll us to remove your trees. Tree pruning and removal can be dangerous and even fatal. Trust the guys who train for this and do it right. Call Fox Tree today https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-cLRVkMlKo

April 22nd, 2014|

Winter Damage to Trees: What You Can Do

  Salt Injury to Cryptomeria This winter has caused a lot of damage to ornamental trees of all different types, from salt injury to white pines and other salt-intolerant evergreens, to wind damage from Super Storm Sandy and subsequent winter storms, to damage caused by heavy, wet snow from the record setting February [...]

February 27th, 2013|

Winter Isn’t Over Yet! Hazard Trees Are Still Dangerous

Fallen hazardous tree in Southampton, NY Even though we've weathered Super Storm Sandy and the February record blizzard, winter is still not over. It's important to take care of hazard tree problems before any future storms occur, rather than when your house has been trashed or your driveway blocked. We've already seen large [...]

February 21st, 2013|