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Experts in Atlanta Tree Removal Yellow Ribbon Suggest Keeping Your Trees Healthy by Trimming

Yellow Ribbon recommends trimming your trees regularly to promote growth. Dead branches can prevent contact with air and sunlight.

    ATLANTA, GA, January 22, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The Atlanta tree removal professionals, Yellow Ribbon, want to remind residents to trim their trees before winter. Regular pruning is needed to keep trees in good shape, as well as to promote the growth cycle. While excessive trimming can be a hindrance and even lead to negative side effects, not doing so altogether is also a big no-no.

Let the Sunshine In

The Atlanta tree service business says one of the main reasons to trim your trees is that when dead limbs remain attached, they act as growth inhibitors by preventing healthy limbs from coming into contact with needed air and sunlight.

Over time, this can lead to more serious problems such as the development of mold and other common tree diseases, which can be extremely devastating in the long term. However, this does not mean that pruning should be considered a routine form of maintenance as trees are naturally very durable and resilient.

Thus, the best way to approach the issue is to prune only when necessary, such as when dead or damaged limbs are present, which is best done before the spring growth phase.

According to Gary Robertson, Owner of Yellow Ribbon Tree Experts, "The ideal time to prune is in the late fall and winter, as trees use a lot of energy during the springtime to grow. Trimming back foliage during or after this period can result in potentially irreversible damage."

Yellow Ribbon is a leading Atlanta tree removal company. You can learn more about their services by visiting

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).

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