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Shop Local: Where to Buy a Christmas Tree in State College

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  The holiday season is upon us! For many this includes the beloved family tradition of finding that coveted Christmas Tree! Bringing it indoors to shower with celebration and joy for the remainder of the season. That might be scanning a parking lot full of pre-cut trees for the best looking one or traveling to […]


Everything You Need To Know About Needle Cast Diseases

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A number of needle cast diseases are affecting fir and spruce trees. Both Rhabdocline and Swiss needle cast can affect Douglas fir. On spruces, including Colorado blue and Engelmann, the needle casting disease is called Rhizosphaera. Rhizosphaera also affects white spruce and Norway spruce, but it is less common and generally only happens when they […]


Arborist Equipment

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Arborist Equipment While many of us are aware of the task we hire a professional tree companiy to complete, few know exactly what is going on in the process of completing these tasks. Ever wonder what tools an arborist is using on your property? Read on for a better understanding of arborist equipment and why […]


The Intermediate Guide: Winterization of Trees 

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When your weekends consist of lounging in front of the fireplace, cozying up with a warm blanket, and watching holiday movies on marathon; don’t forget about the icon of the holiday season- trees. Winterization of trees should start now! It is essential to give trees attention, love, and care as they battle against winter weather. […]


One thing that can limit the growth of urban and community trees

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Soils are composed of individual particles (sand, silt, and clay) and aggregates or clumps of particles. Between these soil particles and aggregates are spaces or pores. These “pore spaces” hold air and water. Large-sized soil pore spaces are usually filled with air, and provide good aeration to soils. Smaller soil pore spaces are usually filled […]


The Beginner’s Guide to Tree Responsibility

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A beginner’s guide to understanding tree responsibility! Did you know can save yourself time, money and relationships in the long run by understanding now which trees on and along your property are your responsibility or not? Not every tree near and crossing your property lines are yours to deal with. As a matter of fact, […]


Summer Considerations for Spongy Moth

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This has been another year of significantly high Lymantria dispar, or spongy moth (formerly “gypsy moth”) populations across much of Pennsylvania. What should you be doing this time of year? The spongy moth life cycle is about complete, we are past the point of peak defoliation and trees are trying to push out new leaves. […]


Why Teams Matter Most

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Repurposing an old post for our readers for a month on teamwork. Our motto at Cutting Edge Tree Professionals is to redefine the boundaries of excellence through tree services and plant health care solutions. Part of how we do that is to serve people throughout the central Pennsylvania region. We will go out of our […]


Topping is for Ice Cream Not Trees

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Tree topping is not considered a viable practice for tree care according to current industry standards. This controversial topic in past years sparked debate, but now quality arborists know there are many alternatives to tree topping. At Cutting Edge Tree Professionals, we inform property owners on all things related to proper tree care and maintenance, […]


It’s Tick Season: What To Do And What To Avoid With Ticks

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Now that it’s October, it’s time to talk about ticks. According to Penn State Extension, October is prime tick season in Pennsylvania. Given that ticks are so prevalent, we all need to be aware of the effects of ticks forarborists, farmers and others who work outside, or enjoy outdoor fall activities. Read on to learn […]