One of my customers this last year had an ash tree they wanted to save from the dreaded Emerald Ash Borer right next to their prized fish pond. The ash tree is on the right side of the top picture and is also shown below, right behind the deck and right next to the pond…. Read more »
Monthly Archives: February 2014
Symptoms of Sycamore Anthracnose
There are several signs of Sycamore Anthracnose. Twig and leaf drop in the late spring, thinning crowns, distorted limb growth, and / or “witches’ broom” growth are the most common characteristics of this disease. WITCHES’ BROOM A close-up of this sycamore tree shows the “witches’ broom” growth characteristics that are associated with Anthracnose. This is… Read more »
Cedarburg finds Emerald Ash Borer within city limits!
The City of Cedarburg, WI posted on their city website that on Thursday, January 30th, Kevin Westphal (City Forester) and his crews discovered the long evasive Emerald Ash Borer. It was discovered in a woodlot owned by the city and known as Westlawn Woods on Lincoln Blvd. Emerald Tree Care LLC, led by Board Certified… Read more »