Why are my leyland cypress turning brown? Leyland cypress branches turn brown because of an infiltration of three types of fungi: seiridium, bought, and cercospora. These three fungi enter into the tree during the summer months when the heat enlarges the tree’s stomata (pores on the leaf) and allow entrance of the fungi. Treatment for […]
Category: Tree Pruning
This is a collection of Tree Pruning advice by Mark Russell. In these articles you can learn more about tree pruning.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Girdling Roots but were afraid to ask!
Girdling Roots? Mark, what are Girdling Roots? What does that have anything to do with tree healthcare? My name is Mark Russell. Uh-oh, 770-ARBORIST. Coming to you with a new video today. Sorry, it’s been awhile. Been in the office. And we’re talking about Girdling Roots. What are Girdling Roots? Well, just like […]
Four Reasons to Prune your Tree in the Winter
Last call for Pruning! The Winter is almost over, so that means spring is here and it’s the best time to prune your trees. There are four reasons why it’s good to prune in the winter. 770-Arborist is here to remind you. The number one reason to prune in the winter is because there are […]
Why are the tips of my tree dying?
What’s up guys? It’s Mark Russell, 770 Arborist with an awesome example of landscaping affecting a mature oak tree. So today we’re in Atlanta, Georgia. We have this awesomely beautiful house. Look at this yard behind me you guys. It’s so nice, so the problem is, is these big mature oak trees that are on […]
When Is The Best Time To Prune Trees
When is the best time to prune trees? Hey guys my name’s Mark Russell 770-Arborist and I want to answer that question for you today. It’s getting toward the end of summer and it’s actually starting to get to the time when trees are about to go into dormant season. The short answer is it’s […]
How big is too big to prune?
How big is too big to prune? Hi it’s Mark Russell with 770 Arborist, with another example of “How big is too big to make pruning cuts on your tree”. This is a great example of too big. So here’s the deal guys, trees can only grow on the cambium layer where new cells are […]