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The fall is an excellent time to give your trees a little bit of TLC. As the leaves begin to thin and the growing season comes to an end, you can get a better picture of what your tree is...
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Senske takes great pride in our tree care services. We do what it takes to ensure that your trees are properly cared for and live a long, healthy life. Unfortunately, the possibility of a tree dying, whether from disease, insects,...
When spring arrives, thoughts turn towards the great outdoors. For property owners, this can mean yard maintenance. Warmer temperatures mean that trees and shrubs that were dormant during winter months are springing back to life. Senske recommends having trees and...
Tree and shrub issues can be difficult to diagnose, but leaf inspections can provide some key indicators of fungal presence.  Two of the most commonly observed early season leaf spot diseases caused by fungi are anthracnose (pronounced an-thrack-nose) and powdery...
Clover mites are plant feeders that usually invade the home, but typically will not reproduce there. Their bodies are about 1/30 “so they are near impossible to spot with the naked eye. They are a reddish-greenish color and they have...
 What are aphids? Sap-sucking insects Soft-bodied insects  Known as “plant lice” Pear-shaped insects Less than 1/8” in size Feed in large groups Light green in color, most commonly Reproduce quickly Have two short tubes that protrude for the hind ends...
Here is a spring pruning guide that is presented by The Old Farmer's Almanac. This will provide information on how and when to prune all trees and shrubs. WHAT WHEN HOW Apple Early spring Prune moderately. Keep tree open with main branches well...
These pesky insects are common in North America and can attack plants, both inside and outside. They are relatives of spiders and are a reddish-brown or a pale color with a small, oval shaped body. They are usually found in...