Monday, October 16, 2017

Tree Huggers Stay Away!

This a tree you DO NOT want to hug.  It’s a tree that has fallen on or next to a power line.  About one out of five unplanned power outages in America are caused by trees and other vegetation growing too close to power lines.  High winds in Northern Nevada can (and often do) cause trees to fall on lines of communication.

Trees and electricity don’t mix!  Just having a tree growing too close to a power line is a source of great potential danger.  There is the risk of fire in dry conditions.  Electricity can travel from the top of the tree directly to the ground.  Obviously, those that touch such foliage are subject to shock and even electrocution.

So, what’s next?  The answer is obvious.  In the Reno area you call the Tree Professional.  He is Greg Chavez…Northern Nevada’s safe tree remover.  Let his years of expertise come into play as he removes those potential hazards from your property.  Don’t even THINK about doing it yourself!  Call Greg Chavez of The Tree Professional at (775) 420-8694.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Dozens of Halloween events and parties in Reno, Sparks and Lake Tahoe

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"Attention zombies, ghouls and ghosts. Check out the calendar of Halloween events and parties in Reno, Sparks and Lake Tahoe."

 



Sunday, October 8, 2017

Trees…and the Upcoming Winter.

It won’t be long now.  Your trees have a way of communicating that the season is changing.  They are sitting on your property asking to be “groomed”.  As the leaves begin to change color and eventually shed it’s important as property owners to give your trees a helping hand as they prepare for our often harsh and cold Northern Nevada winter.

Here are some tips to prepare for the next season –

1.  Before you start…clean up the dead trees and limbs.
2.  A very important step in the process is pruning.
3.  Give your trees a little extra water…they are thirsty in the fall too.
4.  Fertilize around the base of your trees.  They need the nutrition.

Caring for your trees is as important as caring for the inside of your home.  In Northern Nevada home owners know the area’s best tree professional.  He is Greg Chavez.  Greg is the owner of The Tree Professional…duh!  Before the snow flies call Greg for a visit to your property at let him assess what is needed.  That number is (775) 420-8694.

Reno - Things To Do

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Friday, September 15, 2017

A Not So Merry Christmas.

That is odd…Christmas in September?  What is that all about?  It concerns the blight of the Northern Nevada pine tree.  It is known as “needle blight and it generally describes the sudden demise of pine needles (tomorrow’s Christmas trees).  It usually is spotted at the tip of the needle with a gray discoloration.

A comprehensive study of pine needle blight syndrome was conducted several years ago.  There were a variety of factors cited as the cause of pine needle blight on the Northern Nevada landscape.  There may be fungal pathogens or environmental stress, for example.

Be that as it may, we live in harmony with our trees.  Their health is vital to your property and the planet in general.  In the Reno area, you can always trust Greg Chavez, The Tree Professional to identify and treat the symptoms of arboreal disease.  Invite him out to your property by calling (775) 420-8694.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Don't Miss the Styx in Jackson, CA - Sept 17th

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September 17, 2017
Sunday   8:00 PM

Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort


Wednesday, September 6, 2017

The Best Trees to Plant in Nevada.

As the seasons change, the time comes to consider what your property will look like NEXT summer and the seasons beyond.  Did you ever wonder what is considered our plant “hardiness” in the Reno area?  It is registered by a five whereas the southern part of the state with its searing summer climes and moderate winters is an eight.

A particularly great tree for our area is the Norway and Dwarf Alberta Spruce.  Don’t forget the Scarlet and Crimson Maples which will add blazingly beautiful fall colors to your garden.  For privacy on your property, consider planting a row of Thuja Emerald Green, American Holly or Drought Free Evergreens.

Whatever you decide to add to your land always remember the name Greg Chavez.  Greg is a Northern Nevada arborist who will be there when you need trimming, pruning, or removal of any tree on your property.  Learn more about Greg Chavez by visiting www.thetreeprofessional.com.  Then call him whenever you need him at (775) 420-8694.