Essential Tree Care Tips
Ahlum and Arbor Tree Preservation
by Kaytlyn Rowen
3d ago
Navigating the Do’s and Don’ts of Tree Care In the lush landscapes of our neighborhoods, trees stand as silent guardians, offering shade, beauty, and a breath of fresh air. Yet, like any living thing, trees require care and attention to thrive. At Ahlum & Arbor Tree Preservation, we understand the importance of proper tree care, which is why we’re here to share some essential tips to help you navigate the do’s and don’ts of tree care. The Do’s of Tree Care:  1. Do Prune Regularly: Pruning is essential for maintaining the health and structure of your trees. Remove dead, damaged, or ..read more
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Nurturing Your Orchard
Ahlum and Arbor Tree Preservation
by Kaytlyn Rowen
1M ago
A Guide to Fruit Tree Care in Ohio Our fruit trees are an important part of our landscape, family, and lifestyle. Caring for fruit trees can seem tricky, but in many ways, it is like caring for many other types of trees. With the right precise care and attention, we can help you create a healthy environment for your fruit trees to thrive. At Ahlum & Arbor, we understand the importance of cultivating a thriving orchard. In this blog, we will explore the essential steps and tips for taking care of your fruit trees in Ohio, ensuring a fruitful harvest and the longevity of your precious tre ..read more
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The Truth About Volutella Blight On Your Boxwoods
Ahlum and Arbor Tree Preservation
by Kaytlyn Rowen
1M ago
Boxwood-Volutella-Blight View Printable Version The post The Truth About Volutella Blight On Your Boxwoods appeared first on Ahlum & Arbor ..read more
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Volutella Blight in Boxwoods Fact Sheet
Ahlum and Arbor Tree Preservation
by Kaytlyn Rowen
5M ago
Boxwood-Volutella-Blight View Printable Version The post Volutella Blight in Boxwoods Fact Sheet appeared first on Ahlum & Arbor ..read more
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Root Aeration
Ahlum and Arbor Tree Preservation
by Kaytlyn Rowen
6M ago
What is root aeration and how can it help your trees? One of the most common, but rarely talked about, issues that trees deal with is soil compaction. Soil compaction is when extreme weight is put on the soil, like the use of construction equipment or heavy foot traffic. Think about how heavy a bulldozer is, it makes sense that this would compact the soil. Foot traffic, however, is a less obvious cause, but when soil is wet or muddy, foot traffic can cause a significant amount of compaction over an extended period of time. When soil gets compacted, the soil pore spaces decrease. The sm ..read more
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Wildfire Smoke: How Does It Affect Your Trees?
Ahlum and Arbor Tree Preservation
by Kaytlyn Rowen
6M ago
As arborists, the effect of the air quality from the wildfires in Canada has been a topic at the forefront of our minds, as I’m sure it has been for most of you. How might the smoke from the blaze affect the growth of our trees?  Photosynthesis And Carbon The rate of photosynthesis in plants is limited by several factors. These factors include available light, temperature, carbon dioxide (CO2), and soil moisture. CO2 Smoke’s basic chemical makeup contains carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2), and particulate matter (PM or soot). Plant physiologists have long known ..read more
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Fruitful Trees
Ahlum and Arbor Tree Preservation
by Kaytlyn Rowen
7M ago
Unique fruit and food that trees provide. Most of the time, when people think of trees and their contributions to our daily life the main thing that comes to mind is fruit. Apples, pears, peaches, and cherries are all common fruits that can be grown in your own backyard. Did you know that there are a lot of other trees and shrubs that provide food? Here are just a few of the ‘lesser known’ plants with edible fruits, although some are definitely tastier than others! Paw Paw The first one on our list is one that most people have heard of due to the classic nursery rhyme, but many have no idea ..read more
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Wildfire Smoke
Ahlum and Arbor Tree Preservation
by Kaytlyn Rowen
8M ago
How does the smoke from recent wildfires affect your trees? As arborists, the effect of the air quality from the wildfires in Canada has been a topic at the forefront of our minds, as I’m sure it has been for most of you. How might this affect the growth of our trees?  The rate of photosynthesis in plants is limited by several factors. These factors include available light, temperature, carbon dioxide (CO2), and soil moisture. CO2 Smoke’s basic chemical makeup contains carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2), and particulate matter (PM or soot). Plant physiologists ha ..read more
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Our Arborists Take On The Tree Climbing Championship
Ahlum and Arbor Tree Preservation
by Kaytlyn Rowen
8M ago
This past month, the Ohio Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture (OCISA) hosted their Tree Climbing Championship (TCC), on May 6, at the American Legion Memorial Park in Marysville, Ohio. The purpose of the TCC is to provide climbers with a place to showcase arboricultural skills, share innovations in tree climbing gear and techniques, exhibit safe tree care practices for the public, and just have a great time outdoors! This year the OCISA also had a kid’s climb available for children to experience climbing like an arborist. Ahlum & Arbor President, Chris Ahlum, an ..read more
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Tree Climbing Championship
Ahlum and Arbor Tree Preservation
by Kaytlyn Rowen
9M ago
This past month, the Ohio Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture (OCISA) hosted their Tree Climbing Championship (TCC), on May 6, at the American Legion Memorial Park in Marysville, Ohio. The purpose of the TCC is to provide climbers with a place to showcase arboricultural skills, share innovations in equipment and techniques, exhibit safe tree care practices for the public, and just have a great time outdoors! This year the OCISA also had a kid’s climb available for children to experience climbing like an arborist. Ahlum & Arbor President, Chris Ahlum, and Sales A ..read more
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