Example Articles from the May TCI Magazine
In June of 2017 in the northern suburbs of Chicago, we experienced drenching rains accompanied by high winds. One unfortunate result of this was that two black oak trees (quercus velutina) uprooted, blew over and landed on two homes.
It’s that time of year again – spring! To those up north, this season may be for-gotten with the brutal winter they’ve had.
A common view of trees and turf is that they go together about as well as oil and water.