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Trees Are Good

Trees Are Good   This educational website is a resource for homeowners and other tree owners with information about tree care, benefits of trees, and how to help trees thrive in urban environments.

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Texas Oak Wilt

Texas Oak Wilt.org   The Oak Wilt Information Partnership is a collaborative project between the Texas A&M Forest Service, the Forest Health Protection branch of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service and the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center.  

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Tree Watering Guide from Texas A&M

How Much to Water Trees – Texas A&M University   Texas A&M University has prepared a comprehensive resource to provide in-depth information on proper watering to maintain the health of your trees. Click here to view their brochure.

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Live Oak & Other Tree Identification

Texas Tree Planting Guide – by Texas A&M Forestry Service   Comprehensive guide to selecting, planting and caring for trees in Texas. Provided by the Texas A&M Forest Service.

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How to Properly Mulch & Tree Care by Arbor Day

Arbor Day Foundation Mulching Guide In this guide, the Arbor Day Foundation provides valuable information about why mulch is important for the health of your trees, and how to mulch properly.

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Caring for Urban Tree Roots

Caring for Roots on Urban Trees – by University of Florida Detailed resource on all aspects of root care in urban environments.

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Tree Diseases of Central Texas

Common Tree Pests & Diseases of Central Texas – City of Austin   This detailed guide¬†specifically addresses issues faced by trees in Central Texas.

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Trees Are Key Podcast with Paul Johnson

Trees are Key If you love trees, you’ll love Trees Are Key. Host Paul Johnson talks all aspect of trees from how to hire a professional to care for your trees to upcoming tree related events around the state of Texas.

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TreeFolks

Tree Folks   TreeFolks is a non-profit organization based in Central Texas with a mission to promote tree planting and education. Visit their website to learn about programs, events, and how you can get involved.

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