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recs for an arborist?

Postby anaranjado » Wed Jul 18, 2007 2:08 pm

I have a sick birch tree in my back yard (drooping on top, losing many brown leaves) and am worried about how much it will cost to diagnose and treat it. Any recommendations for a good arborist/ organization?
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Re: recs for an arborist?

Postby awestra » Wed Jul 18, 2007 2:34 pm

anaranjado wrote:I have a sick birch tree in my back yard (drooping on top, losing many brown leaves) and am worried about how much it will cost to diagnose and treat it. Any recommendations for a good arborist/ organization?


I had good luck with Goodland Tree Works.

http://www.goodlandtreeworks.com/
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Postby blunt » Wed Jul 18, 2007 2:39 pm

Push it over onto a power line and have MGE do it.
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Postby john_titor » Wed Jul 18, 2007 8:27 pm

I'll try to find his name, but I believe he teaches at the University.

We had an old oak tree in the back yard that was on its way out. We wanted to know if there was any way to save it. He came out and told us. (dying from the inside out + carpenter ants).

Maybe some one here will know him or I can try to dig up his name.
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