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  1. Pine Bark Adelgid Infestations - Over the course of a few years, infestations like this can cause entire branch dieback.
    Pine Bark Adelgid Infestations - Over the course of a few years, infestations like this can cause entire branch dieback.
  2. Oozing - Oozing such as this on Kwanzan Cherry is an indicator that wood boring insects have entered your tree. The oozing itself is a defense mechanism the tree uses to push out the boring larva.
    Oozing - Oozing such as this on Kwanzan Cherry is an indicator that wood boring insects have entered your tree. The oozing itself is a defense mechanism the tree uses to push out the boring larva.
  3. Pitch Mass Borer - This insect is on the rise in New Jersey. Look out for globs of pitch on your spruce and pine trees. These are site where insects reside.
    Pitch Mass Borer - This insect is on the rise in New Jersey. Look out for globs of pitch on your spruce and pine trees. These are site where insects reside.
  4. Basil Rot - tremendous decay and a great home for carpenter ants. If detected early enough, this tree could have been saved. Instead, it now needs to be removed.
    Basil Rot - tremendous decay and a great home for carpenter ants. If detected early enough, this tree could have been saved. Instead, it now needs to be removed.
  5. Tree Stakes - if you leave a guy wire on the tree for too long,  they will gurdle the stem.
    Tree Stakes - if you leave a guy wire on the tree for too long, they will gurdle the stem.
  6. Surface Roots - These are the gateway between the vascular system and feeder roots. Damage to these roots can cause quick dieback. Here a serface root was damaged by the tynes on a lawn aerator.
    Surface Roots - These are the gateway between the vascular system and feeder roots. Damage to these roots can cause quick dieback. Here a serface root was damaged by the tynes on a lawn aerator.
  7. Cottony Camellia Scale - A couple of treatments with horticultural oil can help surpess these damagin fluffy white sucking insects.
    Cottony Camellia Scale - A couple of treatments with horticultural oil can help surpess these damagin fluffy white sucking insects.