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Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Tree pollen allergies can be debilitating. For those of you who suffer from them this is the time of year that you dread. Many assume that trees bearing colorful flowers will trigger those awful symptoms. The truth is, flowering trees usually have “stickier” pollen that does NOT tend to blow in the wind.
Here are some tips to manage those spring allergies –
1. Know which trees trigger your sneezing and wheezing.
2. Avoid contact as much as possible. Take precautions when you go outdoors.
3. If you have a culprit in your yard remove it!
As to that last point, make sure that a true tree professional gets the job done right the first time with no remnants of that nasty “trigger”. In the Reno area and throughout Northern Nevada we trust Greg Chavez. Please visit the website www.thetreeprofessional.com. Enough said…call (775) 420-8694 today and start feeling better this spring.
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
No, not those wrinkly fruits that keep us “going”. We are talking about your poor trees that have made it through another long Northern Nevada winter. Diseased, damaged, and even dead branches should be removed in the early spring. This is a great time before your beautiful trees open up their buds.
Here is a general rule of thumb: generally speaking, trees that flower after mid-summer should be pruned in the spring. Apple, cherry, peach, plum and clematis particularly fall into that category. Also, rose bushes can really benefit from spring pruning. If you want health flora and fauna pruning and maintenance are essential.
During this time of year when the weather changes dramatically every week you need a tree professional for the bigger jobs. There is no better in the Reno Area than Greg Chavez…Northern Nevada’s tree pruning pro. Have him come out to your property for a free assessment of the job that needs doing by calling (775) 420-8694.