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Are Your Trees in Trouble?

Are your trees in trouble? Check your trees for damage or other trouble signs. Falling trees and limbs cause millions of dollars in V-shaped forks are more damage each likely to split than U-shape уear. ones Trees that look Limbs one-sided or lean significantly in contact with power lines Crossing branches that rub or interfere with one another Cracks in the trunk or major limbs Mushrooms growing from bark, indicating a decayed or weakened Branches hanging over the house stem near the Hollow and roof decayed trees Check to ensure trees are firmly rooted in the ground: A shallow-rooted tree growing in soft soil can easily topple onto a house during strong winds. A tree's roots can also become weakened after heavy rains, elevating this risk. Good pruning can prevent many problems but overpruning can significantly weaken a tree. Prompt removal of diseased, damaged or dead plant parts helps limit the spread of harmful insects and disease, as well as reducing the possibility of future storm damage. Source: Reducing Tree Damage, Institute for Business and Home Safety ( MK-868 (0713) STATE AUTO 1 Insurance Companies

Are Your Trees in Trouble?

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Some trees are more prone to storm damage than others. How to check your trees for damage or trouble signs.


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