Proper tree and shrub pruning is all about maintaining good tree health and aesthetics and keeping your property and landscape safe from falling tree limbs. Most landscaping trees require more maintenance. Proper pruning will enhance the beauty of your landscape and complement the other shrubs, plants, and lawns on your property.
Why Plant a Tree? All humanity has to take action on environmental problems and on those who play a more important part in global warming, such as environmental pollution, since this problem generates other problems of impact on the air, water, soil, plants. And animals. For this reason, it is essential today more than ever that man develop and promote strategies to try to minimize the ecological crisis that threatens life itself and the stability of the planet. In that sense, trees are a solution to combat environmental problems and to achieve an ecological balance on the planet. They battle against many environmental problems such as global warming, erosion, desertification, fossil fuels, air pollution, deforestation, forest fires, among many others that are destroying the quality and oxygen of the earth.
Mowing the lawn is essential, but doing it constantly or cutting it too small can make it dry and may damage it. Also, always use the same pattern when pruning it can also cause stress due to footprints of the wheels that mark the grass on it address week after week. That is why it is advisable to change the direction of pruned at every opportunity. This will reduce the stress caused by grass, as well as the risk of leaving loose soil and holes due to the pattern that is followed. In addition, the mower must be adjusted to the correct height, which may vary by type. If herbicides are needed, use the type of product that is applied in specific points rather than those that should apply to the whole garden. Spraying your entire lawn can damage many of organisms that live in the soil and, potentially contaminate any source of underground water.
Stump grinders can be the size of a lawn mower or as large as a truck. Most accomplish their task by means of a high-speed disc with teeth that grind the stump and roots into small chips. A typical stump grinder incorporates a cut-off wheel with fixed carbide teeth. The movements of the cutter wheel are controlled by hydraulic cylinders to push the cutter head laterally through the stump and raise and lower it. Stump grinding is usually done by a qualified arborist or landscaper. You can rent a stump grinder from tool rental companies for DIY projects.
Safe cleaning consists of pruning trees to prevent damage to structures from contact with tree branches. Whenever possible, live oak branches are pruned 3 'from any structure, and other species will be pruned up to 4'. This allows enough space between trees and structures that, with normal growth, the procedure should not need to be repeated for at least three years. We recommend removing dangerous branches above your roof and clearing your roof of branches 2 to 6 feet back to clear the road for rodents, to prevent shingle damage and scratching in the wind, and to increase longevity from your roof.
The home is the most important space of any person, it is the root where the family as the first social nucleus develops and prepares to go out into the world going and coming back with constancy, hence the importance of generating quality internal and external spaces. Gardening is the art of creating these spaces, and it accompanies architecture, since they are a complement to any construction. It is important to have plants in the home because in the meantime they refresh the environment, protect the soil from erosion, enrich us with oxygen, recreate life, give us peace, shade and create spaces for social coexistence either with the family or with our environment, and what better if all these benefits are planned and gardens are created in as many places as possible. A garden at home is the best investment in time, money and effort with immediate benefits to family health, the environment in the world, the aesthetics of the home and its capital gain.