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Avoid/Remove Certain Fast-growing Trees, Atlanta Tree Removal Service Company, Yellow Ribbon, Can Help

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Fast-growing trees should be removed by a tree service. A tree with an invasive root system, weak wood or disease can cause many problems over its lifespan.

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ATLANTA, GA, May 30, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- There are many types of trees that are fast-growing. Some are great additions to a newly landscaped property and others should be avoided. Trees that have invasive root systems, have a weak wood, a short life span or easily succumb to pests or disease are poor choices. You may find that if you already have one of these types of trees on you property that it is best to have an Atlanta tree service remove the tree and replant with a tree that is better suited to your needs.

There are several types of trees that can cause you problems. For example, the black walnut is a beautiful tree that can reach a height of 100 feet with a canopy that is just as wide, but its roots produce chemicals that can be harmful to some other plants, so you should carefully consider what plants are placed near this tree. If you have a large property that can give this tree the space that it needs, it can be a welcome addition to your landscape.

Another problem tree is the Leyland cypress. This tree has a short life span and once it reaches its full height, it begins to die. It is highly susceptible to several diseases and insect infestations, such as bagworms, various cankers and a variety of root diseases.

The tree that is removed most often and causes a variety of problems is the Bradford pear. While its spring bloom is gorgeous and it is breathtaking in the fall, it is a weak tree that is easily damaged in storms. The branches split away form the trunk, affecting the overall symmetrical appearance of the tree and turning the once-lovely tree into an eyesore.

Other trees that cause an array of problems include the sycamore, white and red mulberry, birch and white pine. Your local Atlanta tree removal experts can help by identifying the problem trees and professionally removing them.

"Understanding how different species of trees can affect your landscaping can be important. For example, if you have trees that easily fall prey to a diseases that can spread from tree to tree, it can be disastrous. Now you don't just have one problem tree, but several that may require an Atlanta tree removal company," explains Gary Robertson, Owner of Yellow Ribbon Tree Experts.

Of course, it is easiest to avoid planting problem trees in the first place, but property owners often purchase land that already has one or more problem trees that require removal. Trees can be difficult and dangerous to remove, so it is recommended that a professional handle any tree removals.

For more information visit, http://www.yellowribbontree.com.

About Yellow Ribbon Tree Experts:

Yellow Ribbon Tree Experts specializes in Atlanta tree removal and uses only the best arboricultural practices. Yellow Ribbon Tree Experts is licensed and insured, with workers compensation and a member of the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA).

For more information, visit http://www.yellowribbontree.com.

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