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by Mead Tree & Turf Care With the recent unusual fluctuations in temperature we’ve experienced in the Mid-Atlantic region during the past winter, many trees are at risk for early bud break (EBB). This is an issue because it cuts short the dormancy/resting period of your trees. EBB confuses trees drastically. When the temperatures rise… Read more »

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During the winter months, most people are content to be indoors, and don’t give much thought to their yards or trees. However, you might consider inspecting your trees once the leaves have fallen. There are many reasons that winter is an excellent time to prune deciduous trees. The exposed branches make it much easier for… Read more »

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Howard County Home and Garden Information Center (University of Maryland Extension Service) recently posted an informative blog article about oak trees dying in Maryland. Mead Tree & Turf Care is seeing this with many customers as well as on our own property. Read here for more information. Why Are So Many Oak Trees Dying This Year?… Read more »