Tree in Hyde Park causing safety problems – The Boston Globe

April 10th, 2010

Tree in Hyde Park causing safety problems – The Boston Globe

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Arbor One Tree Care Professional Certified Arborists

April 9th, 2010

Ed Carpenter is a Professional Certified Arborist working in the greater Medford and Boston Massachusetts area. He specializes in tree restoration and preventative tree care so that when the ice storms, wind storms, and rainy season come through the Northeast your trees are prepared.

Proper tree maintenance and tree pruning will reduce the likelyhood that your home will be damaged and need repair, improve your view, and ultimately raise the value of your house and property. A certified arborist is the best choice when it comes to promoting proper tree health and longevity.

Call Ed today or use our estimate request form to schedule an appointment.

Ascending the Giants

April 7th, 2010

Ever wonder how the world’s largest trees are fairing amongst the sprawl and development of the 21st century?

A group from Oregon called Ascending the Giants are among the few that are taking the time to find the answer to this question.

Visit them at http://AscendingtheGiants.org

Pest of the Month: Winter Moth

March 25th, 2010
The winter moth (Operophtera brumata) is usually active in its adult stage from November to January. Eggs hatch in the spring, and the larvae climb trees in order to move to other areas through a process called “ballooning,” in which the larvae produces a strand of silk that helps it catch and ride air currents.

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Adult male winter moths are light brown with fringed wings, while the adult female moths are gray, wingless and flightless. Larvae are green caterpillars with a white stripe on each side of the body.

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Storm Damage Across the East Coast

March 9th, 2010

The Northeast United States has once again been hammered by another storm. We found a photo gallery that pretty much sums up the experience and shows how much cleanup has to be done yet again.

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