arborist


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Synonyms for arborist

a specialist in treating damaged trees

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I would ask a consulting arborist or one certified by the International Society of Arboriculture to offer an expert opinion on a tree youre worried about, but an opinion only.
He formerly managed the NPS Arborist Training Program (ATP).
A professional arborist always should be contacted to remove any large broken or dead limbs high in the tree.
Sam Pusey, managing director of Arborcraft Tree Services, believes the professional arborist must have a plethora of relevant skills; high standards in this industry; use quality equipment; possess the dedication in maintenance of trees; and, committed to tree education.
Answered by Consulting Arborist John Harris of Hollywood, Fla.
The arborist, in his 20s, was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident, which firefighter Matt Brooks said very likely helped him survive.
Cathcart said the arborist group has provided volunteer Arbor Day assistance to a host of organizations, among them The Trustees of Reservations.
The Arboricultural Association and the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) have co-operated with the site's developers to make it easy for consumers to search for both Arboricultural Association approved contractors and ISA certified arborists with just a few clicks.
It's very important financially that you have a certified arborist.
For larger trees it is best to hire an arborist to apply a systemic pesticide, typically the chemical imidacloprid, either into the soil or directly into the stem of the tree.
Arbor Age" carries information on arborist tools and techniques for a controlled circulation of 18,500 private and public arborists, while "Landscape & Irrigation" is targeted on a controlled basis to 50,000 landscape, irrigation contractors and related professionals.
This often requires teaming up with an arborist, who can determine if the tree is worth saving, prepare it for the disturbance and help develop a plan to protect the specimen.
Though not an arborist, I knew that something had to be done to improve the health of our forest, and it had to be done quickly before the bulk of our trees fell prey to disease or drought.
Here are pointers from Dennis Brown, consulting arborist with Urban Forestry Resources in Austin, Texas, on how to protect trees during the upcoming construction season: