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Baltimore Gas and Electric Company on Thursday, Oct. 18, announced that it will begin conducting tree and vegetation pruning and review along a 115,000-volt transmission line that follows Cromwell Bridge Road. The utility said the work, set to begin in...
It's never funny when trees and shrubs are battered by storms. While I was channel surfing, though, I stumbled across a "Three Stooges" skit that depicted this slapstick-comedy team hilariously satirizing tree surgeons as they pruned branches from a...
Tags: The Three Stooges
I have lived in Rodgers Forge for 45 years, and I have some concerns about the wish of Larry Fogelson, head of the community tree committee, to plant many more trees ("Tree committee gets growing in Rodgers Forge," April 26). When the Forge houses on the...
I have read with interest the articles and editorials on Baltimore's tree decline and the laudable tree re-planting efforts ("Speak for the trees," March 3). Forty years ago I observed that most of the trees on Baltimore streets were old. Today, with...
It's easy for me to give BGE the benefit of the doubt as they work to restore electricity to 230,000 Baltimore area residents still without power — unlike most of my neighbors, I never lost electricity during the storm ("Feeling powerless," Aug. 30)...
Chesapeake Bay Critical Area Program gives presentation during Bush River Community Council's September meetingAfter taking a brief hiatus in July and August, the Bush River Community Council was back in full swing Monday evening at the Anita C. Leight Estuary Center. Denise Lynch, administrative specialist for the comprehensive planning division for the planning...
Tags: Water, Chesapeake Bay, File Sharing
Customers of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. asked Maryland's energy regulator to hold the utility accountable for what they described as poor performance in the wake of Hurricane Irene, which left 756,000 people without power, some for as long as eight...
Tags: Employees, Towson, Hurricane Irene (2011), Business, Renovation
This week our SoCal Garden Clinic turns to problematic avocado trees: Question from reader Steven Klein of Malibu: In November 2011, I planted a 3-gallon Lamb Hass avocado tree on a slope with full sun about 90% of the day. Despite my ineptitude,...
Tags: Agriculture, Botany, Hospitals and Clinics
Most plants can be pruned at almost any time of year without jeopardizing basic survival. However, it is preferable to prune specific plants at specific points in the year. Trees and shrubs that flower before the end of June should be pruned immediately...
BROOKINGS - Our local weather forecaster says that we are now in meteorological spring, says David Graper, Extension Horticulture Specialist and Director of McCrory Gardens. He is quick to point out that this is slightly different than regular spring in...
Tags: Snow Storms, Botany
I have two orange trees that were planted 12 years ago. They bore beautiful fruit until four years ago, when my gardener pruned them rather severely. Since that pruning, no more fruit at all. But the trees appear healthy -- very green, with few...
Winter may not seem like the ideal time for forestry, but Lake Zurich's arborist, Shawn Walkington, says the dry, frigid temperatures and the lack of leaf cover make it the best season for tree maintenance. Walkington, who overseas the health and well-...
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