Are your apple and pear trees looking sick? It’s likely Fireblight which has been causing major problems this spring. Since heavy pruning can cause more harm than good, it’s best to hold off until later in the season when Fireblight will subside with warmer, dryer temperatures. Click here to read more.
Congrats Matt on your ISA Tree Risk Assessor re-certification! Not sure if you should be concerned about a tree on your property? Have Matt out to assess your tree and discuss its risk.
This past winter was a harsh one not only for us but also for our trees! Read the following article on winter injury to learn if your trees were effected. Click here…
Logan Tree Experts has always offered tree care advice to keep your tree healthy, but this year we have taken it to a whole new level! We now have a Tree Health Care Specialist, Jenn Sek, to head up our ReLeaf program and focus on everything from protection against Emerald Ash Borer and other pest and disease to tree planting and fertilizing.
Click here to visit the ReLeaf page of our website to learn more and contact us today to set up your site visit or consultation.
With the increase in storm damaged trees across the region it is inevitable that homeowners are going to take matters into their own hands and cut up fallen trees on their properties. Logan Tree Experts wanted to do our part to spread the word of chainsaw safety and help distinguish between a DIY job and those jobs best left to the experts. To accomplish this goal, Logan Tree Experts organized seminars in partnership with the Cavendish Community Ratepayers’ Association and the Chandos Lake Property Owners’ Association to raise awareness with their members of the potential danger of chainsaws, what protective gear is suggested and tips on how to operate them safely.