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February 28, 2012 @ 9:17 AM

With hurricane season being the annual weather wild card, which we never know until a week or two out if it is a trump to be played from year to year, it is a Houston-area necessity to look after our trees and to make sure that they have the best chance to endure a category 4 or 5 hurricane, should one hit. Like Southeast Texas Trees, LLC, the tree service Houston area expert is always going to have a tree arborist whose primary job is to evaluate trees for their health, and identify any hazards they may pose.

Disease Lurking Under the Green?

Just because a tree looks strong and healthy does not mean it may not be a hazard.  In most cases, a tree becomes a hazard concern because it develops health issues. But these health ...

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February 21, 2012 @ 7:20 PM

When it comes to new construction sites here in Houston and Southeast Texas, often the objective is to execute brush clearing while keeping several trees on the property, so that the new home or building can benefit from the shade and adornment of our beautiful mature oak trees, pines, ash trees, and magnolias indigenous to this area. It is likewise important to plan the site so that trees are not only saved but are kept in a state for their ongoing growth and that protects existing root structure. Good Texas land clearing companies that have arborists on staff, like Southeast Texas Trees LLC, are able to work with construction companies to coordinate this effort, for to preserve trees means they must be protected both above ground and ...

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February 14, 2012 @ 2:53 PM

If you take the time to have your shade trees pruned while they are young, they will grow into magnificent specimens in the years to come.

Pruning at Planting.

If the shade tree has just been planted, the service should have taken care of removing any broken branches at the time of installation. If not, do remove broken branches yourself, and remove any branch that is competing with the lead branch. Prune it to the trunk. Most newly planted trees are small enough where this can be done without hiring a service.

Pruning at 3-4 years from planting.

By now the root growth should be well on its way.  A reliable tree pruning service will cut off root suckers at the base of the tree, and cut off sprouts from the crown that...

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February 7, 2012 @ 11:55 AM

Texas flowering Trees DogwoodWe are admonished all the time about the need to plant trees, due to urban development. In some cities as many as 4 trees die or are removed for every tree that is planted.  According to the houstontx.gov website, the Houston-Galveston-Brazoria Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area (Houston CMSA) which consists of eight counties (Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery and Waller) is a network of urban sprawl that is 8,778 square miles, an area larger than the entire state of New Jersey. All this development has meant quite a bit of deforestation of the Piney Woods region of Southeast Texas, and anything we can do to raise the ratio of Texas native trees planted for Texas native trees cut down is ...

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