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"Jumping Jack Joe" Children's Book in Video Online by C. D. Olson

Posted on September 30, 2018 at 11:14 PM Comments comments (0)
"Jumping Jack Joe" a Children's Book Online

Author and Tree Service entrepreneur C. D. Olson has a long life story. The son of a Paranoid schizophrenic Mother, adopted at the age of 3 by and Aunt and Uncle, his childhood was spent in deep thought trying to understand his place in life.
 Through this childhood he stumbled onto a book by Shel Silverstein that intrigued his desire to write. Many years later he offers his writings with hopes that others may also be inspired to write. Below is the video version of one of his Children's Book that he posted online.























Jumping Jack Joe has Copyrights Reserved in 2018 but is free for you to enjoy and share in this Online Children's Book format. Our hope is that it will inspire others to give to their community in any way they can.

Chris currently has a home full of love and children that adore him. His wife is his support and encourages him to share his gift with anyone he can. It is our experience that he has an natural ability to put others before himself on all occasions and this is the secret to his success. 

Below is a Text Script of the book should you like to read it to your children.

Jumping Jack Joe by C. D. Olson

Jumping Jack Joe known as the town juggler, 
was shorter than most, just a small little bugger.
His head oh so hairy, he almost looked scary,
missing two teeth that he gave the tooth fairy.

He lived in the town of Wanfussinbluemussin,
and Jack wondered why all his friends he was loosing.
He went to the mirror, full of fear, from his eye came a tear,
he'd had this strange thing now for almost a year.

How his face did contort, as he sat in his tree fort,
on his nose was a wart, of the funny kind sort.
(it's bad enough he was short!)

With friends he can't play, they have mean things to say,
so he juggled all day in his own special way.
Apples, banana's, a kitty cat flew, he juggled a jellyfish with gentleness too,
your face would turn blue of those things he could do.

 Time went on slow, you know how time goes,
that thing on his nose, oh how that thing grows.
He tried to remove it with funny time goop, 
but funny time goop twist his nose in a loop.

All things did he try, he even did buy, 
a face mast for monkey's made out of mud pie.
A mirror with powder puffs pink, red and blue,
just made him look silly oh what could he do?
(should he ask you?)

One day while out walking, Jack heard some birds squawking,
he looked up to see that the mountain was rocking.

Those rock's they did loosen, so Jack started cruising,
to warn all the people of Wanfussinbluemussin.
Running so fast, even birds did he pass,
faster than cars with motors and gas.

"I'll Make it" he said "I know that I will!"
he ran even faster over Wanfussin Hill.
At the top of the hill, with a chill he stood still,
turned around slowly and what he saw made him ill.

The rocks had been tumbling much faster than he,
the sky was all black, only rocks could he see.
One by one they fell down, right by his side,
"what will I do!" his eyes grew so wide.

Jumping Jack Joe knew he had to do something,
so rocks did he grab, and he began a juggling.
A couple a few, juggling rocks as they flew,
big ones and small ones he cared not what he threw.

Ten, twenty, thirty, then hundreds went high,
a circle of rocks all the way to the sky.

With every one, town juggler Jack,
went to the mountain to put the rocks back.
Such sternness of face, he got to the base,
juggling them back, every one in it's place.

Little ones, big ones, three, two and one,
he worked until done when at last he had none.

He turned with a smile and what he saw was amusing,
the townspeople cheered from Wanfussinbluemussin.
They said "what do you know! it's Jumping Jack Joe! 
He saved all of us and our town down below"

New friends hugged him tight, it was quite a sight,
they ran off all playing till day turned to night.

Time soon passed by, and the wart went away,
yes Jack once looked different,
but he looks great today!

Hope you enjoyed this Children's Book Video Online.


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Does your Tucson Tree Service need to be Licensed and have Insurance in Arizona?

Posted on August 22, 2018 at 1:41 AM Comments comments (0)
Does your Tree Service in Tucson need to be Licensed by the ROC? 
It is a common question that many ask during the course of the year and we wanted to provide and answer when it comes to Tree Service in Tucson. If you ask someone if they are insured does the answer "Yes" mean anything? Or is there more than one insurance needed?

All of these answers will be answered in the video by Chris and Amanda's Tree Service on youtube. Our goal is not to talk bad about anyone but to add clarity to the subject that has a cloud over it.























This video is a free resource to Tucson, Arizona about ROC Licensing, Insurance and Tree Service. Arizona statutes apply to Phoenix also so if you have this question I assume the answer will apply.

We encourage you to find your own answers by going to the roc website azroc.gov or by calling your ROC Licensing department at 1-602-542-1525

ROC Licensing is required for Tree Service in Tucson, Arizona if the contractor does jobs over 1,000$ or Grind Stumps. If they don't ever go over 1,000$ or Grind Stumps they are eligible as a Handyman/Gardener. The problem lies in the fact that no tree service sticks to jobs under 1,000$ because big Tree Removal in Tucson costs more and requires one to Grind Stumps. So why aren't they Licensed?
That is a good question that we should all call the ROC about. ROC licensing for Tree Service build confidence in our trade and Trust in the community. If you are a Tucson Tree Trimming guy or gal that never goes over 1,000$ or grinds stumps then don't worry about licensing.

We hope you like the video and remember if it gets alot of thumbs down that means it's true. I am sure it will ruffle some feathers and many will booooo it so that they hope the public will not believe the video credible. Facts are Facts, call the ROC yourself if you have any questions.

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Tales from the Tree Cutting Crypt - "Ouch! that Hurt"

Posted on August 6, 2018 at 12:29 AM Comments comments (0)
Tree Climbing Arborist in Tucson, Arizona.Over the years while Cutting and Climbing Tree's in Tucson, Arizona a leading Tree Service can expect a few injuries. We have seen a few but thankfully nothing too major and most important we have never had a Workmans Comp or General Liability Accident. That is saying alot since we have out performed many others with our scheduling having cranked out one job after another tallying 10's of Thousands.

Here at Chris and Amanda's Tree Service we have built a reputation of being the hardest working group of local Tucsonans around. I know everyone works hard, but if you've had us out you know first hand that we are quick, efficient and often function like trained athletes on a team competing for a gold metal. On a hotter than hot day many years ago while climbing a tree I suffered one of the common setbacks that we often face in such a physical and hard line of work, and here is the story below.

Manuel was one of the greatest leads and climbers that we had for years here at Chris and Amanda's Tree Service, many of you may remember him. Often he and I would climb tree's at the same time and it wasn't uncommon for a fellow Tucson Tree Service competitor to call us and say how impressed they were with our work after driving by and watching a job of ours. In addition customers often called Manuel Spider Man with his ability to maneuver inside of a tree. (he was alot lighter than me but lanky and strong, being a big guy like me is not good for climbing) 

So, our relationship grew and most times climbing and cutting was a competition and I would often hear "I got done before you". Usually that was true but I was often able to send a jab back his way on occasion. On this day in question I was the only climber and the tree was by live conductors which adds to the stress. Tree Removal in Tucson is difficult enough without an added risk of dying. Up in the tree, cutting, the pressure was on me to perform and when that is the case I usually crank up the already high pressure on our crew. On this particular tree I was rope and pulleying everything to the ground which requires multiple attach points which we often rig with a long red pruning pole that has a metal hook on it. It allows us to reach our rope out and pull it back after wrapping around a branch. This method is almost exclusively used for difficult Tree Removal in Tucson as Tree Trimming limits how much climbing that can be done due to gaffs not being used because they puncture the cambium layer.

Anyhow, tired and alone in a tree, about 50 feet in the air, my pole slipped from my belt and down to the ground it went. Its hard to understand unless your a tree climber but it is exhausting. The last thing i wanted to do is climb down lower to reach the pole or re rig my ropes to use them as a pulley. "Manuel! Throw me my pole!" I hollered. Manuel threw it straight up in the air in my direction coming up short and the pole went back down to the ground. Each time I twisted my body in pain trying to grab the pole just out of my reach. After about 3 tries, and increasing frustration, It was time to give him a competitive jab "Come on what are you a weakling?" I hollered.

What a mistake that was.

All the competition came out in Manuel and his next throw was his best. Looking down at him from high in the tree I expected it to come up short again. Leaning over in anticipation the pole was launched like a missile and as I looked down and readied myself to grab it, it flew harder than I could even imagine. By the time my hands grabbed the pole it had already smashed directly into my nose. Blood instantly came out and "ouch!, that hurt!" was my only response. I sat up there in pain and Manuel grew strangely quite wondering how mad I was at him. Fortunately for him I had to climb and cut my way back down the tree and by the time I reached the bottom I was no longer mad and could see how I provoked him to try a little too hard.

Tree Service in Tucson is an adventure and while many Tree Cutting Arborist's take it easy on your dime we have a different motto. Honest Work for Honest Pay. Manuel later passed away from an unrelated accident (not at work) and lately I have been thinking back on him, missing the competition we once shared. Nowadays I remember well to watch out for the red pole when it comes flying because it could break your nose.

Tree Trimming in Tucson, ArizonaThis is a real picture of Manuel, not photo shopped. He was one of those guys that took pride in being the strongest. Always willing to take on any challenge he was a special person that Chris and Amanda's Tree Service feels blessed to have had the pleasure of working with.

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Tales from the Tree Cutting Crypt - Killer Bee's in Tucson

Posted on July 8, 2018 at 4:27 PM Comments comments (0)
Killer Bee's in Tucson, Arizona.In Tucson, Arizona Tree Care is full of Adventure. In other parts of the country it is often mundane and full of scientific facts and routine low risk trimming. 

Here at Chris and Amanda's Tree Service we have come to expect anything. If you have been reading our "Tales from the Tree Cutting Crypt" blogs, it will not surprise you that we have ran into a bee or two.

Back in 2014 after a long summer of Tree Cutting we had a routine job that turned into anything but. A half dead California Pepper Tree Removal was supposed to be routine and as a side note the customer told us that they had seen some bee's around the tree but had done their due diligence and had a Bee Removal Company out and everything was fine. I didn't think much of it as we have ran into the occasional small colonies of bee's in the past and find them to be mostly friendly. In addition after inspecting the tree we found no hive to be seen.

Tree Removal Tucson, Arizona.So we got to cutting and removed the few shoots that remained on this old tree stump. Once those were cut we tied a rope and felled the trunk. BOOM! it hit the ground and it was almost like a cloud of bees started to fly from the top of the trunk. Wow! I thought, there still must be a few bee's left so I started cutting logs as quick as I could. With a few swift cuts and a sharp chain the trunk was sectioned and we stepped back to discuss the game plan. Around this same time Paul, one of our guys, said "ouch!" and put his hand on his forehead. "that bee just ran right into my head!" He said. "get in the Truck!" I told the crew as we all scrambled to get the doors shut. That thump in the head was a warning sign from the colony saying we will attack if you don't leave.

Now at this point the average bear would've called it quits but the tree was laying in their drive and calling it quits would mean the customer would see up to 1,000$ for leave their pocket with a bee removal company. Priding ourselves as the Best Tree Removal in Tucson we decided to give it a go. Carefully we walked close to the logs, picking one up and throwing it in the trailer. With in a minute or two the Kamikaze Bee's would thump one of us in the head and we would scurry back to the truck. This process repeated itself for hours until the tree was load. With the moving of the logs the bee's seem to disperse and towards the end there was only a few stragglers left.

Tree Service Tucson, Arizona.Chris and Amanda's Tree Service prides itself in being a recycling, environmentally friendly Tree Service In Tucson and we felt a sense of pride having completed the work. One of our guys ventured to the old logs and pulled a piece of honeycomb and we all ate some. Wow it was great! I cant tell you how it melted in our mouths and had a little bit of flaky texture.

It took us no time at all to pull all the honeycombs out and put it into bags splitting the prize between all of us. The memory of this day makes me think fondly on bee's and the next time you are Tree Trimming in Tucson and see a bee just know that they are in the process of storing a tasty treat in Tucson.

For the record, we do not recommend going anywhere near a bee hive and we have had dozens of jobs for Tree Removal in Tucson that we have had to reschedule due to bee's. Properly trained staff should be used for Africanized Bee's and we have used bee suits in the past when needed. But with that said, you can hire us with confidence knowing that we have seen it all at Chris and Amanda's Tree Service when it comes to Tree Trimming in Tucson, Arizona.
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Tree Trimming in Tucson. How to trim a Mesquite tree.

Posted on June 24, 2018 at 2:51 AM Comments comments (0)
Tree Trimming in Tucson is often an adventure. Over the years I have learned to understand the mistakes that are made when it comes to Trimming multi trunk or branched tree's. Tucson is full of tree's that grow 30 feet wide and only 20 feet tall. So it is important to understand the correct way to trim a tree in Tucson.

Chris and Amanda's Tree Service is a local combination of education and long time Tucson experience's. This history in Tucson has allowed us to develop a deep understanding of the harmony between desert, freeze, soil and drought. All of these factors are combined to come up with a complete tree trimming doctrine when it comes to our mesquite's.

Attached is our video about "How to trim a Mesquite Tree in Tucson" 

















The video above is informative but if video's are not your thing I will continue to explain the inner workings of how to trim a Mesquite Tree in Tucson, Arizona.

First thing that one must understand is that Trimming Tree's does not make them healthy. Often one believes that if you love your Tree you will trim it and the tree will be happy. Not True. Cutting opens the cambium layer and exposes the tree to micro organisms, the reaction of the tree is to kill that section off. Trimming is good for the tree when done at infancy to train proper branch growth and structural development.

Second thing to consider is that you should attempt to trim your Tucson Tree in a way that you will not have to do it again. With the above said, making educated cuts to train your tree into areas it can grow to maturity is crucial. If a branch will need to be cut year after year it is often beneficial to remove the branch so the tree can dedicate energy to area's that will be allowed to stay.

How to Trim a Mesquite Tree? Native Mesquite Tree's are special and different than the Chilean Mesquite. With that said I will attempt to explain trimming in a way that applies to both. Tucson Tree's need their lower branches. First and foremost, do not remove any major branches off your Mesquite tree unless it is necessary. The lower branches increase health by allowing more moisture to be pulled from the ground and are stagers that help pull through evaporation to a certain point. In addition the lower branches are buffering branches for the wind, slowing it down before it hits the top section, removing lower branches will lollipop your Tree and leave it naked for the wind to leverage it and destroy it. Lower branches point out in the direction the wind is coming from increasing their strength. Also leaving the lower branches will keep your top from growing taller and out of control.

After identifying the need for lower branches you want to clean the center. Cleaning is the removal of deadwood and shoots. Use caution to not lion's tale your branches too far out as removing shoots to far hurts the tree. You see, shoots are in the process of survival of the fittest and removing the higher up ones very possibly is removing a future branch your tree will need.

After cleaning the center your want to layer your tree. This is the removal of minor lower lateral branches off the parent branch that crowd the branch below. Providing a little space will allow room for future growth while allowing would to raise your canopy without removing major branches.

Deadwood in the canopy should be left alone as it is directly related to watering not to trimming. If one wants no deadwood in the outer canopy one should water more. (watch our video "how to water a Tree in Tucson" as it is an education on the difference between a textbook and Tucson)

Crossing branches should be addressed if smaller than 3 inches. Larger ones should not be removed as it can cause structural failure to the branch that was being supported and is often removing too much of the tree's foliage in a given area.

Attention reader! Do not top your branches or attempt to do a crown reduction. Tucson is too dry and cold for this and while phoenix may get away with it, we can not. Reducing the size of your Tree is like asking your 16 year old to stop growing. It's not realistic.

If possible you want to trim your tree with increased water before and after and make proper cuts per ANSI Pruning Standards. While chilean mesquites grow like a weed, our Native Velvet does not and you will ruin an artistic desert survivor if you cut aggressively on a Velvet Mesquite in Tucson.

We hope this information was helpful and that it helps increase the tree IQ of Tucson. While we are still learning we hope to help other catch up and this will make Tucson a better place. It hurts our heart to see tree's destroyed and while everyone makes mistakes we feel like following this basic guideline of How To Trim a Mesquite Tree in Tucson will help all of us care for the old pueblo in a way that will help future generations. By doing our best Tree Trimming Tucson will be better for years to come.
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Tree Service Tucson, Discounts, Coupons and more!

Posted on June 18, 2018 at 12:11 AM Comments comments (0)
Thank you for stopping in to Chris and Amanda's Tree Service! We promise to make it worth your while. 

When is comes to Tree Service Tucson is behind the times in many ways. Our Tree Care Companies are generally under trained when compared with the rest of the country. Part of this is due to the small market of the Old Pueblo and the other part is due to 3 unique environmental factors that make it impossible to read a book about Tree Care in Tucson. Our rocky soil, drought conditions and freeze conditions make Tucson a unique place that requires a special set of rules for Tucson Tree's. 

Chris and Amanda have stumbled on some simple truths that do not line up with conventional Tree Service thinking and we have documented them in video format on our YouTube Channel. Our hope is that our video library will be a free resource that helps Tucson for years to come and raise the Tree IQ for Tree Owners and Tree Workers alike. 

Tree Service in Tucson will never be the same. To help with our mission we are offering a 10% off coupon if you subscribe, Give us Thumbs up and watch our video's. You can start with the one below that will get you well on your way to 10% off. This coupon can not be combined with other offers but it can be saved for future use. In other words, Subscribe, Thumbs Up and watch videos now and then if you should ever need tree service in the future, the coupon is there for you to use.




















Thanks for all your support and we will see you next time!
Sincerely,
Chris and Amanda
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Tree Planting Tucson - Good Tree's to Plant in Tucson.

Posted on June 17, 2018 at 11:47 PM Comments comments (0)
Tucson is unique environment full of Rock, Drought and Freeze conditions. The combination of all of those leads to a new set of rules needing to be written. You see, the Tree Care provided in other parts of the country does not apply to Tucson. 

Chris and Amanda's Tree Service has confronted the text books and on the job training coming out the other side better for it. Water the drip line? not in Tucson. Plant in full sun? not in Tucson. These are a few of the differences we face in the Old Pueblo. So, with that said, shouldn't the Tree Planting Tucson does be different too? We say yes.

For years Tucson has been plagued by nurseries that push and inventory of Pine Tree's, Eucalyptus, Willow Acacia, Sumac's and more. Wouldn't it be nice if there was a sound voice advising what are good tree's to plant in Tucson? Well that day is here. Chris and Amanda's Tree Service is offering video's with information covering a wide spectrum of Tree Service secrets normally paid for. Today we cover Tree Planting Tucson.

We have done 2 video's on the subject and I will give you the cliff notes versions. At the top of the list of good tree's to plant in Tucson is the Velvet Mesquite. Great slow growing hard wood tree that is drought tolerant and has artistic branches. Don't cut those lower branches off, they are needed. (watch our video how to trim a tree) Second on our list is the Palo Brea. This is a wide palo verde with artistic branches and very low trimming needs. (we have a video on the 5 palo verde's of Tucson so you can tell them all apart) Third on our list is the little known Twisted Acacia. What a unique tree! Wouldn't Tucson be better if this tree was planted instead of the Sweet Acacia? Who's idea was the Sweet Acacia? Fourth on our list is the Mexican Sycamore. This tree is not for the faint of heart as it will need some watering. Deciduous it drops its leaves and is very easy to clean up because the leaves re the size of dinner plates! This is a great shade tree for those summer months. I have grown one from 10 to 25 feet in 1 year!
This is our top 4. 

We did a second video on unique tree's to plant in Tucson and you will have to watch that one. I will post it along with these words. Remember to give us a THUMBS UP and we answer all questions for advice when you COMMENT on our YouTube videos. 

We hope this blog was helpful with Tree Planting Tucson and gave you some good Tree's to plant in Tucson. Thanks for all your Love and we will see you next time!
Sincerely,
Chris and Amanda

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Tales from the Tree Cutting Crypt (Bomb in the Desert!)

Posted on May 14, 2018 at 8:15 AM Comments comments (0)
Explosion in the Desert!Doing Tree Service in Tucson during the monsoon season is often an adventure. I have been out on 2 story roofs after a lightning strike broke a palm in half and have seen more strange weather events doing Tree Service than I ever expected. Nothing tops what I saw back in 2010.

Getting a call about a lightning struck tree is not uncommon, so when I heard that a tree had blown up I figured it was like all the others that I had seen. Before I arrived channel 13 had been out to do a news story, this should have tipped me off that something crazy had happened. What I saw when I arrived was unlike anything I had ever seen and still have yet to see.

Tree Service in Tucson by Chris and Amanda's Tree Service.Talking with the tree owner they told me how it sounded like a bomb went off in their back yard with shrapnel going everywhere. I looked around and saw the normal debris from a lightning strike but then as I inspected, I found that the tree had been launched in 3 to 10 foot pieces all over damaging everything. This bent handrail is not from the tree falling on it but from a 4 foot shrapnel log flying like it was shot out of a cannon. After bending this railing it went on to smash into the house putting a small hole in it. What kind of force was this? It was the most spectacular lightning strike I have ever seen. (and I have seen palm tree's broke in half)
We went about our business of cutting up, but mostly carrying out the exploded tree. It was more like litter removal as it was all in pieces.
Tree Trimming in Tucson by Chris and Amanda's Tree Service in Tucson.This picture beside shows all that was left of the tree standing. A few foot trunk of what had been a nearly 25 foot tree. Finishing up Removing the Tree, the Tree owner took me to the wall to show me the grand finale, as I looked out into the desert, nearly 100 feet or more away, they showed me a nearly 3 foot piece that lay in the desert. Truly there was a bomb in the desert on this day! Over the years that tree owner has become a close friend and going back I think of that tree from time to time, how it was exploded by a bomb called lightning. So the next time monsoon rolls around and you wonder "is my tree going to fall on my house?" Maybe the more appropriate question would be "is a bomb going to explode my tree?"
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How to water a Tree in Tucson, Arizona.

Posted on April 13, 2018 at 12:42 AM Comments comments (0)
For years we have been fixing tree's for the Tucson Community. Recently I had the opportunity to meet someone who was charged money to have a tree service inject 60 gallons of water in the soil for her tree. At this point I thought it may be helpful to put a large part of what we have done online for you. Tucson is a different place and during my study in Arboriculture I realized how different. Half of what I learned in a book was not applicable in Tucson. Our soil is so hard it changes the common teaching to incorrect. 
First mistake.... 
Watering the drip line. I can not tell you how many people we have helped who have sick or dehydrated tree's that before meeting us had put irrigation in place around the drip line. 1 to 2 years goes by and the tree gets worse until they call us. If you study tree care and the drip line watering plans they assume that the whole circumference is being water. Well, in Tucson if you water the drip line the water never makes it to the root ball which has the most condensed area of roots that you can positively effect. Watering the base in a textbook is a big no no because it will destabilize a tree. Our soil is not destabilized as it is the consistency of cement. With that said, do not water the base in monsoon's because a wet base will allow your tree to go over in a storm much easier. Another text book concern is root rot. As long as you go 2-3 times a week and allow it to dry in between you will have no trouble.

The fact is, Landscapers and some tree cutters have no idea how much water a tree needs in Tucson... Again studying a book won't tell you about studies done in Tucson. Anyhow, Landscapers put 1-5 gallon emitters on your tree and then schedule you for 1 hr a day. So your tree gets 5 gallons at best! not enough. And I have seen so called top arborist in Tucson advise people with starving tree's to water the tree 6 hrs avery 30 days. HA! Then the Tree Owner calls me and we help. This help has happened Thousands of times and sometimes there are other underlying issues that we can help address like insects. So below is our deep soak watering plan. It's pretty basic but may be a big help to you in life. We have suffered such drought over the last 20 years that a little help for our tree's is needed. One thing I learned in study is that over 90% of ALL tree born illness is derived from dehydration. This means that a healthy tree is half the battle.

As always, Hope the below helps.

 Watering Plan 

 Often Tree's need individual watering care depending on Genus, Age and Health. Here in Tucson tree's often have specialized watering needs due our climate and soil conditions. Textbook watering does not work in our climate with hard soil and dry air. We have developed a specialized feeding plan to bring tree's back to life and this is the Watering plan to be followed after that feeding plan. Water for the months of March, April, May, June, September, October and November. If we have an excessively hot summer with little rain you can add water during those times but you want to stay away from watering during Monsoon season as watering the soil will soften the area leaving your tree open to blowing over in a Microburst. Your watering should consist of leaving a hose trickle at the base of the tree overnight 2-3 nights a week for the months listed above depending on how sick your tree is. Before you do that you want to soak the fresh ground mulch, we put in, excessively to bleed down nutrition. It is important to watch your tree's health while watering and make sure soil dries between waterings. Other things to look for are leaf scorch, leaf discoloration or wilting can be signs of water deficiencies. Remember that tree's do not get healthy overnight, do not loose heart because your tree does not bounce back in 30 day. Spring growth is derived from fall nutrition and often the watering you are doing now is going to pay dividends the following year. Follow our plan closely as we have watched 1000's of tree's show amazing results taking them off deaths door and making them a vital part of your life again.
WATER WITH YOUR SCHEDULE NOT YOUR HEART!
As always we are hear to help, please call or email with any questions.
Sincerely,
Chris and Amanda Owner/Arborist 

Chris and Amanda's Tree Service 
 1078 N SWAN RD 
TUCSON, AZ 85711 
 (520)591-9265 
Offering Tucson great Tree Trimming and Tree Service!

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Great video's to help Homeowners on YouTube.

Posted on April 12, 2018 at 5:37 PM Comments comments (0)
Chris and Amanda's Tree Service is starting to do video's to help homeowners with those common tree questions. 
Some of our latest videos are...
- Mistletoe part 1,2,3
- Pine Bark Beetle
- Palm Tree Trimming 1 and 2
- Feeding Tree's
- Sewer Lines and your Tree's

More coming soon! Stay Tuned.

Chris and Amanda's Tree Service
1078 N Swan Rd
Tucson, Az     520-591-9265
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