How do i identify a tree that is dying or ready to be removed?
I noticed a hole in my oak tree is it dying?
Why do the Japanese Beetles seem to be more abundant this year?
What do you do for stump removal?
I noticed small perforations in the bark of my tree, what Is the cause?
I noticed several woodpeckers around my tree drilling into it. Should I shoo them away?
The only live actively growing part of a tree is the cambium; that thin one or two cell layered sheath that is just below the bark. If the tree is growing and is healthy, this is the cell generator for the tree. A wound that causes wood to die and decay may in time cause the plant to become structurally weak or hazardous to passersby; however, at the same time, the plant may be vigorous and growing. In fact, the tree may be putting on new leaves and shoots that add weight and stress to the decaying supporting part.
Like most insects, the Japanese Beetle populations can vary from year to year. Japanese Beetles begin life as white grubs which feed on the roots of grass. The weather conditions which favor grubs are wet, cool summers and mild winters. If those conditions exist and the lawn is not treated to reduce the grub populations, then the following year the Japanese Beetles will be more abundant.Like most insects, the Japanese Beetle populations can vary from year to year. Japanese Beetles begin life as white grubs which feed on the roots of grass.
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Trees experience a variety of pests that climb, eat, and burrow their way through your tree. The insects see your tree as a safe haven. The insects as they burrow through the tree gradually scar the tree and kill it. Birds such as woodpeckers are another cause of these perforations in your tree. But the end all cause of the perforations is a pest infestation.
They sense the insects below the bark and use their beak to drill into the bark. have a skull capable of experiencing up to four G's of force to handle the massive impact.