Lopping back the trees
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Lopping back the trees

I really like how shady our yard is, but I'm not so excited about cleaning up everything that drops off the trees. I can't pick the fruit from the very top of the trees, so it rots and falls to the ground, and then it attracts mice and birds unless I clean it up straight away. I'm getting the trees all lopped back so I can get a break from all the cleaning up all this fallen fruit. This blog is all about how to get your backyard fruit trees lopped so that you don't have to clean up as much fallen fruit.


Lopping back the trees

  • Should You Manage Your Own Tree Removal?

    26 August 2016

    Removing a tree and even pruning some dead branches is not always as easy as you might assume; a tree trunk can actually collapse onto itself rather than gentling falling in one direction when cut, or it might fall faster than you expect. This can be unsafe for you and for your property. There are also a number of other factors to consider when it comes to tree removal, which might make the job a bit harder for you than you realize.

  • 3 Ways to Remove a Tree Stump

    9 February 2016

    While many homeowners leave tree stumps in the ground after removing trees, this is by no means a permanent solution. Tree stumps are not only unattractive to look at, they can make mowing grass difficult, while also attracting bugs and insects. Below are some options you have for the removal of tree stumps. Digging it Out While digging out a stump is generally not as difficult as it might first seem, it is very labor intensive.

  • Who Pays For Tree Removal In South Australia?

    28 January 2016

    There is a legal side to tree removal that a large number of homeowners in South Australia are often not aware of. This often proves to be a reality when there's a dispute between neighbours about who should be responsible for the cost of tree removal. This article provides a guide for homeowners to determine who should pay for tree removal and related services when a residential tree dispute arises.

  • Tree Lopping: Top Four Reasons You Shouldn't Do It Yourself

    12 January 2016

    Your trees need pruning, and you want to save a few dollars by doing it yourself. Unfortunately, tree lopping can be expensive as well as dangerous, and to be on the safe side, you should leave the task to the pros. Here's the top four reasons, you should hire a professional tree lopper rather than doing it yourself: 1. Chainsaws can be deadly A chainsaw is an essential tool for tree lopping, but unfortunately, these powerful tools can be extremely dangerous as well.

  • Tree Removal: Hazardous Trees and Cost

    12 January 2016

    When it comes to tree removal on your property, it is generally agreed that this should not be among the normal do-it-yourself tasks for your property and lawn maintenance. Saving some money is not worth risking your life and that of your dear ones by performing tasks that are better left for the professionals. As a home owner, you should let tree removal be done by trained and qualified individuals to avoid risking your property and that of your neighbours.