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Carolina Tree Care Expands Tree Care Operations in North Carolina

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We are proud to announce, Carolina Tree Care is now serving Greensboro, NC for residential and commercial tree care needs! Services offered in Forsyth and surrounding counties include, arbor consulting, trimming, tree removal, stump grinding, plant health care, disease/pest control, root fertilization, banding, emergency response, hazard trees, insurance claims, and 24-hour on call response.

How To Winterize Willow Oak Trees

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As cold temperatures continue to plummet, keeping trees strong throughout the winter season is a main concern for many. Winterizing your Carolina landscapes during winter months’ support overall landscape well-being for seasons to come. One tree often examined by Carolina Tree Care certified arborists in Charlotte, NC are Willow Oaks.

Uninvited Visitors: Woolly Aphids

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Storm Protection in North Carolina for Hurricane Irma

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Revamp Your North Carolina Fall Landscape

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Fall is right around the corner; leaves quickly change colors, crisp air settles in, and autumn crops arrive. There's no doubt about it, fall is a beautiful time in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Facts on Emerald Ash Borer

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The purpose of this article is to inform the public of an invasive pest currently attacking ash trees in North Carolina – Emerald Ash Borer. EAB is a serious threat that is currently devastating the ash populations within this state.

Emergency Tree Care  - Crew Members Undergo Rigorous Training 

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Carolina Tree Care’s arborists are highly skilled in the area of emergency tree care due in part to Training opportunities CTC offers employees. In North Carolina, Aerial rescue (AR) training is one outlet for craft workers to gain knowledge and preparedness to evaluate an emergency situation and respond appropriately.

Tree Health May Improve the Quality of Your Health

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Pine Sawfly

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Are your pine trees looking sick, and heavy pine tree defoliation evident? Your pines could be suffering from a creepy crawler; otherwise known as, the Red Headed Pine Sawfly. The Red Headed Pine Sawfly feeds on both native and exotic pines, but prefers to lay its eggs on hard pines. What does the damage look like? Damage from the Sawfly is first evident on pines when reddish – brown needles start appearing, where once healthy needles once were. Once a larvae becomes older they begin to eat the  needle in its entirety and  will more than likely strip a branch full of foliage before moving to another needle.

Carolina Tree Care Launches New Website

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Concord, NC—Carolina Tree Care (CTC), a leading provider of residential and commercial tree care services throughout the Carolinas, announced today the launch of its new website, www.carolinatree.com. The website includes a fresh design, easy-to-navigate functionality and enhanced content—all of which provide visitors with an improved experience for exploring Carolina Tree Care’s premier service offerings.