Tree Trimming Service. Call or Text : 0449068897
Trees are the unsung heroes of our environment.
They can add value to your home and neighborhood, break the cold winds to lower your heating costs, and help provide your most needed oxygen.
Why do we need to trim trees?
Despite this, they can become unfriendly if they are not well maintained and groomed; by blocking gutters, burdening gates, fences, walls and television aerials. Most of all, they can become a nuisance to your family, visitors and your neighbors.
Our tree cutting service
Are you experiencing any of the above side effects of overgrown trees, shrubs, creepers or climbers? Don't have time?
Our small tree cutting service, can lighten that burden for you.
We provide service in tree cutting, trimming trees, pruning shrubs, palm tree trimming and trim shrub.
We can also help you remove all the rubbish.
Areas we service
These are the areas we service for tree cutting service and tree pruning service in Ipswich 4305, Queensland . Amberley · Ashwell · Augustine Heights · Barellan Point · Basin Pocket · Bellbird Park · Blacksoil · Blackstone · Booval · Brassall · Brookwater · Bundamba · Camira · Carole Park (Disputed) · Churchill · Chuwar (Disputed) · Coalfalls · Collingwood Park · Dinmore · East Ipswich · Eastern Heights · Ebenezer · Ebbw Vale · Flinders View · Gailes · Goodna · Grandchester · Haigslea · Ipswich · Ironbark · Jeebropilly · Karrabin · Karalee · Leichhardt · Marburg · Moores Pocket · Mount Marrow · Muirlea · New Chum · Newtown · North Booval · North Ipswich · North Tivoli · One Mile · Pine Mountain · Raceview · Redbank · Redbank Plains · Ripley · Riverview · Rosewood · Sadliers Crossing · Silkstone · Springfield · Springfield Lakes · Swanbank · Tallegalla · Thagoona · The Bluff · Tivoli · Walloon · West Ipswich · Willowbank · Woodend · Woolshed · Wulkuraka · Yamanto ·
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Some Ideas to Summer Tree Transplant
One thing I have often seen is that construction schedules and moving times do not always coincide with the best time to transplant trees. Ideally trees are transplanted when they are dormant. This is the period after the leaves drop in fall and before the spring growth begins. However, not to worry if you missed the ideal transplant time because with 25 years of transplanting experience I have developed methods that allow for successful summer transplants.
With additional steps and treatments, I find one can transplant trees in the summer. The aim of antitranspirant and antidesiccant treatment applications are to reduce the water loss, and stress associated with water loss, of trees during the transplant process.
Just what are antidesiccants and antitranspirants? The dictionary gives two different meanings for 'desiccant' and 'transpire'. Desiccation means to 'dry or dehydrate', where transpiration means to 'pass through pores or membranes.' In the horticultural world an antidesiccant would be a substance used to stop dehydration in plants and an antitranspirant would be a substance that stops the loss of water from leaves. In the horticultural world both terms can be interchanged. For simplicity let's just use antitranspirant from here on out.
Here is a brief introduction on tree biology which may help you understand how antitranspirants work. The evaporation of water from plants is called transpiration, and almost all transpiration occurs through leaf openings called stomata. Water is literally pulled to the tops of the trees by transpiration. Transpiration aids plants in mineral and water absorption, and it is necessary for the plant process of photosynthesis, which is critical for tree growth and ultimately the well being of the plant.
Plants control the size of the leaf openings (stomata) based on external environmental conditions and internal chemical triggers. Transpiration is at its highest when light is available, the temperature is high, the humidity is low, there is a slight breeze and adequate water is available. If water is unavailable during high periods of transpiration the leaves of the tree wilt because water is lost through leaf openings faster than it is being absorbed.
With my company, Big Trees, we apply antitranspirants as a root soak and as a foliar spray. The foliar spray is a clear liquid coating that forms a shield over the leaf surface. This shield works as a physical barrier that aids in the prevention of water loss from the stomata. The foliar spray can significantly reduce plant stress associated with water loss during the transplant period. The foliar spray also provides protection against insect damage, UV degradation and windburn.
The root soak is applied as a soil drench which can then be absorbed into the tree's root system. It is best absorbed into the root system when the soil is already partially moist. Through transpiration the root soak is moved from the roots through the canopy of the tree. The root soak contains Abscisic acid (know as ABA). ABA works as a natural chemical trigger. As ABA is moved through the tissue of the tree it deactivates transpiration by triggering the leaf stomata to close. The plant reduces its transpiration naturally.
Both the root soak and the foliar spray work together to make summer transplant possible. They should be applied at least 24 hours prior to the dig. The effects of both applications can last up to three weeks. The root soak and the foliar spray come as concentrates which are diluted with water before they are used. They are easy to apply, they are environmentally friendly and completely safe, and best yet they produce excellent results.