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Tree failure may cause damages such as power outages, property damage and injury. Although a number of tree failures are unpredictable, most of them can be prevented. All you have to do is inspect your tree for warning signs to avoid potential problems that may arise.
Trees must be checked regularly specially before and after a storm. If you think your tree is hazardous, keep people, vehicles and pets away from the area until the hazard has been removed or corrected.
Find professional help to evaluate potential risks before the next big storm hits. The following are some tips to help you recognize warning signs of hazardous trees and how to correct them.
1. Weak Branches – A ‘V’ shaped union of branches is usually an indication of weakly attached branches. A union which is shaped like a ‘U’ is much better because layers of wood tissue are likely to develop. Some limbs could possibly grow noticeable cracks due to the weight of the wind, rain, ice and snow. Keep an eye on poorly attached braches with disfigured attachments or cracks. Correction includes pruning and guying. If removing a large limb would cause a big foliage loss from the canopy, you may need to cable a branch for support.
2. Multiple trunks or leaders – Bigger trees may have multiple leaders such as Japanese black spine and elm. Correction may involve structural support hardware or leader. For effective cabling, there should only be two leaders directly opposite to each other. If there are thee, they must all be properly cabled to each of the two remaining stems.
3. Leaning trunk – Inspect if the trunk of your tree has changed from vertical to a leaning position. If it was leaning before, is it leaning even more? Correction includes removal, guying and staking for support, or slight pruning to lessen the foliage that wind can drag drown. Soil problems such as drainage and compaction should also be addressed. The solid may require temporary covering with waterproof material to stop additional saturation of too much rainfall.
4. Broken branches – Hanging branches that cracked or broke are literally dangling by a thread. Arborists call them hangers. They should be immediately removed to eliminate the risks.
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