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Jul 23, Peach tree fruit drop may be a normal process if the tree has too much fruit. By dropping some fruit, it allows the tree to devote nutrients and water to develop the remaining fruit. Apr 16, Residents dropping off yard waste must show proof of Davidson County residency in order to drop off brush free of charge. They will also accept material from landscape and tree trimming companies for a fee.

(businesses should contact NBOT directly for rates) Nature’s Best Organics of Tennessee. Phone: Professional Tree Trimming,Pruning & Dead branch removal Services Nashville, TNHere in Nashville, tree pruning is often thought of as a task for late fall or winter when our local trees are generally dormant.

Dec 19, Jones, in which the court affirmed a prevailing legal rule that"no landowner has a cause of action from the mere fact that the branches of an innoxious tree, belonging to an adjoining landowner, overhang his premises" The rule said a law allowing neighbors to cut off overhanging branches to the property line was"a sufficient remedy.".

Only leave an infected ash tree in place if it will not cause any damage to people or property when it falls. Based on the characteristics of ash wood, the direction of the fall is unpredictable. In any of the above cases, contact a certified arborist to develop the best plan to save your tree.

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Nashville Tree Foundation, PO Box Though figs can be trained to either tree or bush form, the tree form is not practical for Tennessee. Fig plants are often killed back to the ground during the winter in Tennessee, making the tree form difficult to maintain. Training begins at planting by cutting off new plants. May 13, “We purchase trees from fruit tree nurseries in McMinnville and plant each one by hand during the winter. By their fourth summer, the trees should yield a full crop.” The hard work of yearly planting, pruning and thinning the fruit is all worth it come summer, when the orchard welcomes visitors eager to fill their own baskets with sweet.