Q. I have several old apple trees in serious need of pruning. When is a good time to do this?
Q. I have ash trees on my property that are doing poorly and haven't been healthy for the last few years. Do I have Emerald Ash Borer?
A. Ash trees can be afflicted by many different disease and insect problems, such as anthracnose, verticillium wilt, ash flower gall, rust, ash yellows, and borers. Early infestations of Emerald Ash Borer are very difficult to detect.
Q. Will arborvitae grow in the shade?
Q. My Ash tree is going to be taken down and I would like to replace it with another tree of similar ornamental value. What trees would you recommend to plant in its place?
Q. When is the best time to prune a cherry tree?
Q. Quite a few trees on my property are chlorotic. Is there a particular fertilizer I can use to eliminate this problem?
Q. How can I display a live Christmas tree this year?
Q. Is it possible to grow dwarf citrus trees indoors in the winter without a greenhouse? I have a large, sunny patio where they could spend the summer months.
Q. Every year my crabapple leaves get brown spots on them which cause the leaves to fall off of the tree before the end of the summer.
Q. My crabapple trees (and those of many of my neighbors) have suffered from a disfiguring disease for several years.