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American Scientists are trying their hardest to bring back a tree that helped to build this country, the humble American Chestnut Tree. The tree was functionally eradicated from infestation and disease, however, some clever selective breeding and genetic engineering could bring this iconic hardwood back from the brink of extinction.
The weather is getting colder, and plant healthcare for your trees in the winter is key to their surviving and thriving. Read on and find out what you can do!
Late fall to early winter is the perfect time to begin protecting your trees before the snowy season moves in. Follow along with these three tree care tips to keep your trees healthy all year long!
Welcome back to the Bradley Trees blog! Early spring is enticing because of the blooming flowers and enchanting aromas. But when and what should you plant to ensure that springtime feeling? Read on and find out! The grays and dull colors associated with winter...
Climate change is causing unprecedented alterations to our landscape. Between floods, droughts, rising temperatures and more, what is the effect on our trees?
Trees can be susceptible to wind, especially with the lake winds we get here in the Buffalo area. If you’re concerned about your trees falling down due to high windspeeds, call an ISA-Certified arborist today!
As the summer heats up, having shade available to maximize your time in the sun and save you money on cooling is essential. Let’s look over aa selection of trees to plant for shade here in Buffalo, NY!
Welcome back to the Bradley Tree blog! A few months ago, we went over some reasons why you need to have a certified arborist do your tree service. Earlier we also gave you a guide on calling a professional for emergency tree removal. Let's call this another entry in a...
Today we wanted to highlight another invasive insect species here in New York. The Asian Longhorn Beetle, or ALB can cause millions of acres of damage to hardwood trees if left unchecked.
Earth Day and Arbor Day are closely linked and have a shared history, but these environmental holidays have their own unique differences. Learn more inside!