“Efficient Tree Service: Utilizing a Big Crane for Hassle-free Log and Branch Removal”
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by Kliber Pereira
9M ago
At Nelson Tree Specialist Inc., we pride ourselves on providing exceptional tree services that go above and beyond expectations. One aspect that sets us apart is our utilization of a big crane for moving logs and large branches. This advanced technique offers numerous advantages that ensure a seamless and efficient tree care experience for our clients. Advantages of Using a Crane for Log and Branch Removal: Enhanced Efficiency: By employing a big crane, we significantly expedite the process of log and branch removal. The crane’s lifting capacity allows us to handle heavy loads with ease, sav ..read more
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“Protect Your Trees from the Black Fungus in Maryland with Nelson Tree Specialist Inc.’s Professional Tree Removal Services”
Nelson Tree Specialist | Tree Care Services Blog
by Kliber Pereira
10M ago
As a tree care experts, We have seen many tree diseases over the years, but the black fungus or Black Knot Fungus that attacks trees in Maryland is a particularly destructive and contagious illness. This fungal disease can affect a wide variety of trees, including oak, maple, and birch, and can quickly spread to other trees in the area. Black Knot Fungus The black fungus appears as a dark, slimy substance that grows on the bark and leaves of the tree. It is caused by a fungal infection, which can enter the tree through a wound or opening in the bark. If left untreated, the fungus can weaken th ..read more
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They are Almost Gone: Try these Cicadas Recipes
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by Juan Torrico
2y ago
The cicadas are almost gone here in Central Maryland. And many will be relieved, but for a few who are adventurous at heart, they have only a few more days to try out these cicadas recipes. Yes, you heard correctly. You can actually eat cicadas. Some might ask why? Well, apparently, it’s a good source of protein, and they taste good if cooked right. So if you are curious about this culinary treat, click on the video below. We also included several links to different cicada recipes for you to try.  And please let us know how they taste. If you need assistance caring for your trees in cent ..read more
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Three Maryland-Native Trees to Plant
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by Juan Torrico
3y ago
If you are working on improving the landscape of your property and have not considered planting a tree. Here are three Maryland-Native trees you can think about planting. EVERGREENS American Holly – These native trees grow anywhere from fifteen to fifty feet tall and can be identified by their red berries present throughout the winter months. The berries are food to almost 20 different species, including birds, squirrels, deer, and other small animals. DECIDUOUS Maple – Maple trees have winged seeds that are frequently eaten by cardinals and quail. Goldfinches use the leaves and ..read more
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DIY Tree Stump Removal Blues
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by Juan Torrico
3y ago
Whether a tree on your property has fallen or you’ve recently performed a DIY tree removal, you may now be stuck with an unsightly tree stump in your yard. If you are considering finishing the project you started and removing the tree stump, we suggest watching the video below before you start. If, after watching the video, you decide to call a professional to help you with this project, Nelson Tree Specialist can help. Have the Stump Removed by a Professional Attempting to grind or remove the tree stump on your own can quickly lead to disaster. You might not know exactly where your ..read more
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Learn How to Keep Your Tree Safe from Cicadas in Central Maryland
Nelson Tree Specialist | Tree Care Services Blog
by Juan Torrico
3y ago
The cicadas are here, and homeowners in the central Maryland might be worried about keeping their trees safe.  In a recent article in the Washingtonian, “3 Reasons You Shouldn’t Freak Out About Cicadas“, Dr. Paula Shrewsbury, a professor in the University of Maryland’s entomology department, stressed that cicadas do more good than harm.  Cicadas actually help the environment. Once their life cycle ends, cicadas fall to the ground from the tree they were feed on, decompose and provide nutrients to the tree, according to Prof. Shrewsbury. What Cicadas Do to Young Trees Cicadas do ..read more
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How Trees Survive the Winter
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by Full Sail Media
3y ago
Trees, much like humans, are aware that winter is coming. And also, much like humans, they prepare for it. Trees survive the winter with help from a number of things. The physical construction of the tree along with some pretty spectacular mechanisms internally allow trees to lay dormant during the winter. Even when trees are not able to absorb the water and nutrients they need from the soil and air; they are able to persist and maintain through several biological processes.  Anatomy External On the outside of the tree is the bark. We’re all familiar with it and know that it helps protect ..read more
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Why Trees Lose Their Leaves
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by Full Sail Media
3y ago
Here in Maryland, we get the pleasure of experiencing all four seasons in their glory. But with that comes some considerations when it comes to our landscaping. Seeing as how Nelson tree specialist is just that, a tree specialist, we thought it would be appropriate to talk about the changes trees go through in the winter. More specifically, why and when trees lose their leaves.  Why Do Trees Lose Their Leaves?  Some of these reasons might seem quite obvious, like temperature and hours of sunlight in the day. But there are other reasons which have just as much significance but are tuc ..read more
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Winter Garden in Maryland
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by Full Sail Media
3y ago
Most people think of gardening as a warm weather activity. But actually, especially here in Maryland where our cold months are milder, you can do a lot of gardening during the winter. Planting your winter garden does not have to be complicated. In fact, there are numerous guides on what you can and should plant in the winter based on crop and climate. Planning your Winter Garden The temperature of the growing environment can drastically affect the taste of your crops. So, growing a cold weather crop in the warmer months may lead to a lack of flavor or even bitterness. The University of M ..read more
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Why to Prune and How
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by Full Sail Media
3y ago
With all this talk of pruning trees for the winter, it’d be nice for you to know how to identify why to prune your trees and how we’ll do it. Nelson Tree Specialist has been doing this for a long time. We are your local ISA certified arborists and handle a wide range of pruning jobs. We’ll run through the reasons that pruning is necessary and then we’ll cover how to get it done properly. Reasons Why to Prune a Tree There are several reasons to prune a plant. Some obvious reasons would be if limbs are touching your home or other structure, if limbs are growing into ..read more
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