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Preserving an icon. This week, we pruned the Woodstock message tree and took samples to clone it. There were no cell phones back in 1969 so festival-goers left notes on this tree to let friends or family know where they were located. 
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2/2/17
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Your local tree service .... spotted in Arizona! Our arborists are local tree experts, but did you know our company is global! We love taking care of trees all over the world http://bit.ly/1UirLhZ
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We've been helping out in many areas to chip trees! Consider one of these recycling tips as you take down your Christmas tree.

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Codominant stems are two or more stems that grow upward from a single point of origin. Trees with codominant stems are more likely to fail than those with one stem. If you have mature trees with this issue, consider installation of a structural support system.
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Now is a great time to consider your pruning needs and goals.

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Seedlings of the Survivor Tree, which stands strong at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, were donated to San Bernardino, Orlando and France as a symbol of hope in the face of tragedy. Working with the students of John Bowne High School to help care for these trees is an amazing experience. Find out more: http://bit.ly/2evWtcu 
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Had an amazing time at the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Annual Conference & Trade show. Great seeing friends old and new. Everyone that stopped by our booth loved the pest ID challenge created by our Research Labs
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8/17/16
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Misapplication of herbicides can result in plant damage and death. When selecting an herbicide, the weed being treated, site, and surrounding plant material should all be considered.

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Congratulations to our own Dr. Glynn Percival, Bartlett Tree Research Laboratories - Reading, UK, who has received a research grant from The TREE Fund for his work with soil amendments. Tree research makes the world a better place! http://www.treefund.org/archives/12428
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