Posted February 19, 2015 by Twin Oak Tree Care LLC
I found this articile in the Tree Care Industry
Magazine for February 2015 very interesting.
This article describes in detail about maintaining old trees,
informing us about the benefits they could provide to us. I found
it interesting because of the way the article describe that not all
"old trees" are dubbed for removal. That these trees shouldn't be
removed for their age, that they should be removed due to their
damage or the risk of safety.
This article discuss' that "old trees" have ways of protecting
and providing us with many benefits and that knowledge of their
life phases will help with that understanding which is needed for
"old trees" Most of these "old trees" are removed in their middle
age stage which is the time in which they are just beginning to
This article has pictures of claimed "old trees" that gives you
a better understanding of how to have the tree properly pruned for
the health of the tree. It shows us one tree that doesn't have a
full crown, that when pruned the proper way, a couple years later
the crown was much fuller just in that time span.
It also discuss' a number of methods that can help rish the
reduction of Vertan Trees. It discuss' cabling methods that
promoted the longevity for these trees. With this method the tree
maintains the flexibility to stimulate growth.
This article is very interesting because due to the fact that
the tree, to us, may look old and needs to removed, it may not be
at that time ready for removal. A trees life span is far more
longer than expected and its very important to have that better
understanding of it. This article will provided you with alot of
information that can help you better understand these Verteran
**You can find this article in the Tree Care
Industry Magazine for the February Edition of 2015. It was written
by Philip van Wassenaer and Alex Satel. It can also be seen in the
the June edition of 2011 of Arborist News.
Jami Bonner, Twin Oak Tree Care LLC