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Welcome to 770-Tree-Guy

Trees are the framework of your home’s first impression. In good times, a well placed tree can showcase the beauty of your home. Unfortunately when damaged or sick, a tree can be a liability and a danger to your home. Regardless, a good Arborist is vital to the health of your trees.

Proudly serving Fayette County, 770-Tree-Guy is the best and only choice for a licensed arborist. 770-Tree-Guy is a tree service and tree removal company, equipped to handle any tree related need with the height of professionalism and service. Whether your trees are in need of routine pruning or overall health assessment, 770-Tree-Guy always utilizes the proper arboricultural practices.

With offices conveniently located in Peachtree City, Fayetteville and Newnan, our team will attend to your needs efficiently and effectively.

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  • What are the Signs of a Sick Tree?

    What are the signs of a sick tree?

    The summer months can be extremely hard on your trees. From enduring blazing heat, summer storms, and endless pests, your trees must be hardy to survive. If your tree has become damaged or sick, finding out early on is crucial. The team at 770-Tree-Guy is passionate about helping you preserve the health of trees. We would much prefer to save your tree than have to remove it. Check on your trees using our guide so you can give us a call right away if you spot problems.

    Spotting Sickness Guide

    •       Start at the Roots—The roots of your tree provide crucial sustenance to the whole tree. If they are damaged or compromised, the health of your tree will suffer. Look for severed roots or the presence of mushrooms, fungus, decay, or pests.
    •       Look at the Trunk—Examine your trees for injuries. If you see bark peeling off, swelling, holes, dead limbs, black stains, or dripping sap, your tree is likely suffering because of damage or disease. Unhealed damage as well as the presence of bacteria or infestations could lead to your tree’s demise if left unchecked.
    •       Check for Cracks and Splits—A significant crack or split could compromise the integrity of your tree and make it a fall risk. Even if the crack or split is small, it could become a significant problem because it leaves your tree vulnerable to disease and pests. Think of a split as an open wound left untreated without a band-aid. If your tree is injured, you need to address it before the tree’s condition worsens.
    •       Examine the Tree Canopy—If the canopy is dropping leaves at an unusual time or has brown or variegated leaf colors, there may be a problem. For most deciduous trees, the leaves in your tree canopy should be green in summer. Brown leaves are already dead. Variegated leaves are generally a sign of your tree having a deficiency in water or nutrients. Limbs without leaves or V-shaped branch unions are problems to look for as well. Weak branch unions may eventually snap under the weight of the canopy.

    If you have observed any of the signs above, reach out to 770-Tree-Guy for a consultation with our arborist. An arborist is a certified tree doctor, committed to the health and longevity of your trees. We will examine your trees and offer a clear diagnosis. Depending on the state of your tree, the sickness or damage may be able to be minimized with maintenance, pruning, nutrients, etc. Our team will do everything possible to preserve your tree. If the tree is beyond saving, we will recommend tree removal as a last resort. We are TRAQ (Tree Risk Assessment Qualified) certified so we can accurately assess the possibility of your sickly tree becoming a hazard to your safety. Early detection of sickness is key for saving your tree so be watchful for signs of poor health. If you are unsure and want peace of mind, schedule a visit from our arborist as a preventative proactive measure. We can examine your trees and determine if there are any health issues to address. 770-Tree-Guy is standing by to help– Give us a call to evaluate the health of your trees and landscape!

     

     

  • How to Care for Your Trees in The Summer

    How to Care for Your Trees in The Summer

    Georgia summers are brutally hot, and your trees cannot go in for some air conditioning like you. Your trees need specialized maintenance to help them survive and thrive during the scorching heat. Our 770-Tree-Guy arborists, also known as tree doctors, can guide you in prioritizing your trees’ health.

    Helping Your Trees Beat The Heat

    •   Protect Your Tree’s Roots—Think of mulch as the sunglasses for your soil. Mulch offers a layer of protection for your dirt and roots. With mulch, your soil gets infused with extra beneficial nutrients. Also, your soil will not risk being too dry or scorched. Add a 3 inch layer of mulch around your tree in a 3-6 feet diameter with a donut shaped hole around the trunk. Piling mulch around the trunk can encourage pests, mold, and diseases.
    •   Keep Your Watering Slow and Steady—Your trees will definitely want a refreshing drink in this heat. Trees need roughly 1 inch of water weekly during the growing season. We recommend deeply watering your trees because the roots and soil need water deeper than just a few inches. If possible, water for 30-60 minutes in the morning because of evaporation. Using a sprinkler or only watering shallowly will result in your trees developing shallow roots. Shallow roots will lead to a weakened tree. Keep the roots deep and healthy by watering deeply.
    •   Feed Your Soil—Fertilizing your soil will help ensure that your trees grow and produce foliage properly. Additionally, fertilization will strengthen your trees to be resistant to pests and diseases. Beyond fertilizer, consider feeding your soil through soil amendments. If you test your soil and find elements that are deficient, you should do soil amendments to eliminate the deficiency. If your soil lacks the proper balance or is too acidic, your tree health will suffer. A soil test can easily be performed DIY style. You can purchase a kit at a home improvement store, hardware store, or online.
    •   Push Out The Pests—Warmer weather can bring unwanted visitors. These are the most common pests that may attack your trees: spider mites, bagworms, Japanese beetles, aphids, and magnolia scale. Examine your trees carefully to see if any pests are present. If you see the pests or evidence of their presence, reach out to our team. We are tree health care professionals, and we would be glad to offer recommendations for pest control.
    •   Schedule a Checkup—Your trees could be due for a checkup. The best way to prioritize your trees’ health is through preventative care. We can assess your trees’ general health and make recommendations for improving their wellness. Also, if your trees have any signs of disease, damage, pests, etc., we can offer solutions to remedy the issue before it becomes more serious.

     

    Help your trees beat the summer heat and call for an arborist consultation! We will prepare a personalized tree health care plan for your trees. 

  • How Soil Compaction Affects Your Trees

    Soil

    Your trees are dependent on nutrients, water, sunlight, and air to live. Their food and water are absorbed through their roots. If your soil is not supplying the roots properly, your trees will be struggling. The primary hindrance to your roots getting what they need is soil compaction. Operated by a certified arborist, 770-Tree-Guy wants to help your trees stay healthy and beautiful. We offer plant health care services to ensure your trees can thrive in the soil they are in.

    Why Soil Compaction Matters

    When your soil is compacted, it is hard and difficult for water, air, and nutrients to penetrate. Also, the roots of your tree will struggle to get to their needed resources. Essentially, soil compaction eliminates the air pockets which usually allow proper absorption and movement in your soil. Your soil will not be able to absorb water properly and could cause water run-off, which could require irrigation solutions. Nutrients in your soil will be stuck and unable to reach the tree’s roots easily. Not only will your roots be starving, but they also need to have some breathing room to grow and prosper beneath ground. Your tree will eventually show the impact from what is happening in the soil, but it might be much harder to remedy the soil problem by then. The most common tree issue from soil compaction is poor plant growth. As with most tree issues, being proactive with your tree maintenance is well worth your efforts. Fixing problems is much more challenging than just nourishing your tree properly from the start.

    Common Signs and Causes of Soil Compaction

    •   Soil is Too Hard—If you have previously cultivated the soil too much, you could have caused the first 10-12 inches of your soil to become hard. Your soil is probably compacted if you have a hard time penetrating it with a shovel.
    •   Standing Water on Top—If water has pooled on top of your soil, your soil could be compacted, which is keeping it from absorbing properly into the soil.
    •   Water Running Off Excessively—If there is poor movement in your soil or low permeability, your soil may be too saturated as well as compacted.
    •   Growing Problems in Your Plants and Trees—Compacted soil cannot properly supply plants and trees, so if nothing grows or grows well at least, you likely have a soil compaction problem.
    •   Density Problems—When the bulk density is high, the reduced pore space will limit the water and air which circulates in your soil.
    •   Crust on Top—If the top of your soil has a hard crust, your soil has likely become compacted due to foot traffic. This issue is common on walking paths and playgrounds.

    Solutions for Soil Compaction

    •   Add Air—The aeration process makes small holes in your soil to allow water and air to enter your soil properly. Your whole yard may need aeration, or you could just take a small hand tool to aerate around your plants. You should be careful to avoid damaging your roots and plants.
    •   Feed Your Soil—Mulch delivers a surge of nutrients right where your trees need it. You can even mix 8-10 inches of compost into your compacted soil and add the mulch on top for an extra boost. A little goes a long way with mulch so only add about a 3 inch layer in a 3-6 foot diameter around the tree. Leave a donut shaped hole around the trunk of the tree. Mulch around the trunk can encourage pests, mold, and diseases. If you need some quality mulch, we make our own organic mulch in multiple colors to suit your landscaping.
    •   Welcome Worms—Placing mulch alone can encourage worms to move into your soil, but you can add some earthworms of your own. Worms can do wonders for your soil and break up the compaction issues.

    If you need help with your soil compaction issues, inquire about Plant Health Care Services at 770-Tree-Guy! We can help restore the health of your trees.