Fall is one of the best times to examine the safety and health of your trees, according to experts in tree care at the National Arborist Association. Why?
With the leaves off, cracks, defects and deadwood are easier to see.
With winter storms approaching, hazards should be removed now—before they damage property.
"Most trees can be pruned year-round," said Robert Rouse, staff arborist for the association, "and certain operations are easier to do in the fall, wh...
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