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No Fun in Palm Tree Fungi: Why Your Palm Tree Is Rotting

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Has your palm tree begun to deteriorate? Are its leaves or trunk showing signs of rot? If so, your palm tree may have fallen victim to a fungal disease. In Australia, there are several species of fungus that can attack and eventually kill palm trees. The worst three of those offenders will be covered in this article along with ways that you can avoid spreading a fungal disease. Palm Tree Fusarium Wilt…

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A Safe and Sound Backyard Playground: Turning Trees and Stumps into Swings, Slides and Jumps

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Mature trees take up a lot of space. Even the stumps they leave behind make the ground around them unusable. For parents of teenagers, or even for retirees, a shade-giving tree is probably preferable to a bare backyard. However, if in a year or three you expect to have at least one young child on the loose at home, you should consider creating a backyard playground. A single mature tree can provide you with some useful—and fun—playground additions.…

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The Mucho Harm of Coco Palms: Why Coco Palms and Australian Gardens don't Mix

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A row of coco palms can turn a garden into a tropical paradise; however, it can also give you a whole heap of problems! Although the coco palm, also known as the queen palm, does have several benefits—for instance, a fast growth rate, straight trunk, and tropical appearance—it is also harmful to the environment. This is why it is classified as a weed in Eastern Australia. If your garden is home to one or more coco palms, consider having it professionally removed by tree services; otherwise, you could be faced with the following challenges.…

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