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I was very pleased with the service from beginning to end. I will be scheduling regular business with Tree Care Incorporated.

Jen H.- Granite Bay

Great Company! Thank you.

Ben H.- Sacramento

Excellent work! More will happen very soon.

Carol E.- Sacramento

I would not choose to use any other tree care service.

Helen R.- Carmichael

Excellant job!

Vicki N.- Sacramento

With increased temperatures, plants require more water. Soils dry out more quickly, which increases the stress on plants. So now is a good time to review and adjust your watering systems. Soil should be checked for moisture content at the end of an irrigation cycle. If the soil is dry, extend the watering time for that zone. Ensuring that landscape plants are properly and adequately mulched is also helpful in conserving soil moisture and irrigation water.

If you don't have an irrigation system, apply water through soaker hoses that help conserve irrigation water. Irrigate thoroughly by allowing water to penetrate the upper 8-10 inches of soil. For most established woody plants, thorough irrigation once each week is adequate. For shallow rooted plants and newly planted trees and shrubs, water should be applied two or three times per week depending on weather conditions. And if you are going on vacation, make provisions for watering while you are away.