An Arborist can advise you of tree diseases and cures, as well as what trees will do best in an area. At times it is best to have a tree trimmed or some of the branches pruned. If you no longer want a tree of it is diseased to such a degree that it won't recover you would see a tree removal service.
After a tree has been cut and felled, the stump or tree stump is usually a small remaining portion of the trunk with the roots still in the ground. Tree stumps can be very difficult to remove from the ground. They can be dug out or they can be removed using a stump grinder.
Tree topping is the practice of removing large branches and/or trunks
from the top of a tree's canopy. Topping is often harmful for the tree.
Large pruning wounds often fail to heal and become entry points for
disease and pests, undermining the long term health of the tree. Aesthetic
appeal is compromised as the natural shape of the tree is lost. Trunks
grow at the topping location and as these weakly attached trunks increase
in size, they often fall during windstorms.
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