A dead branch will at some point decay away
completely back to the parent stem. Larger pieces can
fall which could cause injury or damage. For this reason deadwood is assessed as a safety hazard, removal is recommended.
Damage and disease to trees are caused by various factors; fungi, bacteria, viruses, viroids, biting/sucking insects & mites, birds, mammals gnawing, devestation by man, soil conditions, weather extremeties, chemicals, fire, etc
Our tree surgeons at Wychwood Forestry in Harrogate, North Yorkshire are extremely experienced arborists, hence we are fully able to diagnose the ill health conditions iin trees and propose an action plan that covers every practical option in treating the tree.
If you are concerned about your trees welfare and recognise any obvious symptoms yourself call Wychwood immediateley on
Situations that demand such removal would normally be trees that overhang public roads, houses, public areas and gardens etc