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TREE FX in the News

TreeFX

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Hi Guys,

 As a valued client we thought you may have been interested to see that last week TREE FX was featured in the Trades and Services section of the Leader Newspapers and published in all 33 publications across Melbourne.

 I have attached the article to this email for you to read in full, and you never know you may even pick up a few more bits of great advice.

 We are very proud to have been recognised as a company at the forefront of the arboricultural industry.

 We are dedicated to continue to strive to maintain a consistently high standard of work, whilst also providing value for money to our clients.

 We again encourage you to contact us at any time if you have any concerns about the health or safety of your trees, or have any other tree related matters that you wish to discuss with our experienced arborists.

 We look forward to catching you on your next tree related project. Until then, from all the...

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- DECIDUOUS TREE PRUNING - When is the right time?!?

Tree FX- Dean Meyer

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Hello Everybody,

 AUTUMN is HERE!!! 

 In light of many of our customers last year contacting us too late in the season to arrange tree pruning to be done on their deciduous trees, we have set up a courtesy reminder system for you our valued clients.

 - DECIDUOUS TREE PRUNING - When is the right time?!?

 The best time to prune your deciduous trees is in late autumn or early to mid-winter. This is the time when the tree goes into a period of "dormancy” after they have dropped all of their leaves. Pruning carried out in this period has minimal impact on tree health.

 The worst time to prune is late winter, early spring, when trees are coming out of the dormant period and becoming very active as they prepare to go into bud burst. This means we have a small window of opportunity to act. So don't wait act now!

 Are my trees deciduous? You may ask…

Deciduous...

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Is the love for your lawn, killing your trees?

TreeFX

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I think along with the great Australian dream of owning our own home, comes the yearning of many of us to have our own little patch of beautiful, immaculately trimmed, prickle free, lush green grass.

However; is the innocent pursuit of this perfect lawn, actually killing our trees? or at the very least having a detrimental impact on tree health.

In the past months some recent site visits with concerned clients, wondering why their normally very healthy trees are suddenly showing signs of stress and decline, and some investigation into possible and probable causes, has prompted me to write this post: Regarding the possible detrimental impact on tree health of commonly used, easily available "weed and feed" products that we may be using to look after our lawns.

Most weed control products will affect...

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