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In March of this year, the USDA awarded California an additional $14.8 million, a welcome shot in the arm to California’s farmers. It is part of the ongoing effort to fight control or eradicate invasive pests and diseases that threaten the state’s agriculture. It’s an especially welcome bit of news to citrus growers, who are […]

Apr 20, 2018

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When we think of disease-stricken trees, the average person doesn’t usually think of them looking like survivors of a recent fire. But that is what gives fire blight the name: Affected trees in bloom display leaves that look shriveled and burnt. And while major apple and pear farms have much to fear from a fire […]

Apr 05, 2018

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Sacramento’s urban forest is known worldwide – Here’s why it’s worth protecting Sacramento is known as the City of Trees for a reason… even if a certain water tower doesn’t say it anymore. MIT’s Treepedia project confirmed it in 2017: Sacramento is the greenest city in the US by a wide margin. Worldwide, we rank […]

Mar 23, 2018

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The East Coast has been receiving a pounding from deadly nor’easters, but adverse conditions haven’t been limited to that side of the country alone. March Madness started a little earlier for California over the past weekend. The first days of the month were marked by powerful rain storms and high winds that presented a surprise […]

Mar 09, 2018

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Temperatures dropped below freezing this week as a high-pressure system hovering over California broke down. This allowed a massive cold-front from Canada to flow into the state, with dramatic results. Drone footage taken by Sacramento Valley Water showed off the orchards of Northern California, specifically the almond orchards, facing down the sudden peril. The cold […]

Feb 23, 2018

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Invasive pests spreading disease and deadly water molds have spread throughout the state California’s trees spent the years before 2017 enduring serious drought conditions. Sadly, millions of trees didn’t survive, even after the early 2017 rainstorms made headlines. These storms were followed by a record setting summer. The extreme heat dried out the state’s superbloom […]

Feb 09, 2018

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Paying attention is part of tree care; Your trees are giving off signals Trees can be remarkably resilient in the face of harsh conditions, but California’s droughts have stretched that resilience to the limit. So even after a record-setting 2017 rainy season, and the return of some wet weather now in 2018, it’s more important […]

Jan 26, 2018

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Tree cabling and bracing now can protect your trees against adverse weather! It’s a new year, and while we’re still in the middle of winter, there are some important things we can do for our trees. Whether those trees live in our front and backyards, or they are part of a commercial property’s landscape, maintenance […]

Jan 12, 2018

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Winter is here, but there’s still some tree care you can do! You’ve probably felt the change in the weather in California over the last several months. While Southern California has entered an unseasonably warm December, with disastrous results, other parts of the state are seeing cooler temperatures. Winter is here, and that means a […]

Dec 22, 2017

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Mass evacuations prompted by Southern California wildfire outbreak Weeks after the tragic wildfires that burned the Napa Valley and parts of Santa Rosa, the California wildfire season refuses to relent. This week Southern California has seen the outbreak of major fires. As of Wednesday, the blazes are not contained. Mass evacuations are in effect throughout […]

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