New York, New York (PRWEB) July 26, 2013
Business Review, after reviewing many arborist companies in the GTA, lists Rooted Tree Services as a top local company dedicated to the health and nourishment of community landscapes and today releases the company’s advisement to residents on proper tree care for thirsty and stressed trees during the recent record breaking July heat wave. New, young trees in recently developed residential areas are showing signs of stress with leaves turning yellow and falling off.
Older trees have already developed a good root system and are not as susceptible as younger trees planted within the last two or three years in newly developed areas. “The discoloration and drooping is a protective mechanism for the trees because leaves will lose their moisture through transpiration on their leaves,” says Peter Crawford of Rooted Tree Services. “The droop of the leaves is a way to create a smaller surface area to lose moisture from.” Rooted Tree Services recommends the following to spot and care for thirsty and stressed trees:
Trees in longer established areas may fair better than recently developed communities because of soil quality. Newer soil may lack organic matter that retains moisture, leaving water to rush through. For further information, visit http://www.rootedtreeservices.com.
In business for over 43 years, Rooted Tree Services is a leading Ontario based GTA arborist tree service, working with homeowners, businesses, insurance companies and property managers to ensure the safety, health, maintenance and removal of trees and shrubs. Our commitment to quality ensures that you not only enjoy the latest knowledge and equipment, but that every job is completed safely, on time and that each site is cleaned up. Further information and a free quote can be found by visiting, http://www.rootedtreeservices.com.
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