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How Does Treated Pine Achieve Its Long Service Life?

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Wood in service can come under attack from insects, fungi and weathering. Nevertheless, in most applications, wood safeguarded from climatic exposure and elements will exhibit excellent durability and longevity. Wherever extra protection is deemed necessary, wood durability can be boosted through the integration of preservative chemicals. A good example is treated pine. This article explains the reason behind the durability exhibited by treated pine and why property owners should opt for treated pine for various applications if they want long service life.…

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Why No Homeowner Should Try to Handle Their Own Tree Trimming and Removal

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Trimming branches on a tree or digging up a stump may seem like an easy job, but many homeowners are surprised at how difficult these jobs really are and what can go wrong when you try to handle these on your own. As a homeowner, your safety can be at risk and you can cause tremendous property damage when you try to handle even the simplest tree trimming or removal job.…

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What Causes Iron Chlorosis in Trees?

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Iron chlorosis refers to the yellowing of leaves because of an iron deficiency in the soil. If this problem goes unchecked then the affected leaves will turn brown and gradually die, affecting the overall health of your plants or trees. This article discusses some of the causes of iron cholorosis. The Soil Is Too Alkaline Arborists say they are often called to prune trees and they discover that the problem affecting those trees is iron chlorosis stemming from the alkalinity of the soil.…

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