A quick review now can prevent a host of problems later.
Rainbow Holiday Design work was featured in this aired TV video for Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare.
Sept. 14th, 2013 Rainbow Treecare planted a Princeton elm tree near Lake of the Isles
Rainbow Treecare’s Tom Carman on Kare 11 talking about Winter Tree Care
An article from NextStep on Emerald Ash Borer
The Twin Cities Save Our Shade initiative is protecting trees at Lake Calhoun Park from the threat of Emerald ash borer (EAB). On September 18th 2013, Rainbow Treecare will perform injections of the organic insecticide TreeAzin on ten of the largest ash trees in Minneapolis at Lake Calhoun Park free-of-charge. In addition, Rainbow Treecare will continue to monitor […]
“There is no reason for a landscape ash tree to die from emerald ash borer anymore,” a researcher says.
Read the full story on the Kare 11 website Related story on the Sun This Week website: City Hall gets a head start on ash borer treatment
Emerald ash borer (EAB) continues to kill ash trees in the Twin Cities, but citizens are fighting back. Rainbow Treecare’s Save Our Shade initiative is partnering with the City of Burnsville in response to the City’s commitment to preserve a large percentage of its public tree canopy from severe EAB infestation. The public is invited to come see […]
Treatments can protect them. KMSP-TV Cities are in a quandary over how to handle, plan for, and finance the looming problem of Emerald ash borer. With every ash tree susceptible to this invasive insect, Minneapolis has chosen to cut down 5,000 ash trees this year; although protecting them can be done for about 20 years […]
No client is too small for Rainbow Treecare to tackle the big job of saving ash trees from emerald ash borer. Using “tree medicine” we inoculated the infamous ash tree near Lake Harriet that an elf calls home. Looking somewhat elf-ish himself, our tree doctor, Paul Schoenike, was the perfect person to assure elf fans […]
Rainbow Treecare’s Brandon Gallagher was on KSTP TV June 27, talking about the effect the recent storm damage may have on the spread of emerald ash borer around the Twin Cities.
Many of you in the Twin Cities area experienced tree damage this last weekend and are wondering what can be done. Trees have the ability to survive storm damage and in many instances can be saved with proper care. Expert advice is critical at this time. Hiring a non-certified arborist or trying to manage tree damage […]
Article from the Monitor St. Paul