The Mercury News featured Arborist OnSite in an article about using non-invasive radar to save the El Palo Alto Redwood Tree, a tree over 1000 years old.
A fallen tree in Pasadena injured eight children and sparked news reports and claims linking tree collapse to the current drought. But does the data support that claim? Sam Brock investigates. (Published Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015).
This project arborist assignment involved our oversight of the planting of a 35 ft. Maple tree. The tree was in a 92in. box, which weighed 17,000 lbs. The tree was lifted into the center of this building where an atrium was being constructed for a new restaurant. We were there to see that the tree was planted properly and we had only one opportunity to do so.
A video of Robert Booty using a Tree Radar device that uses ground penetrating radar to locate the roots of trees. Every two tenths of an inch it shoots down a concentrated radar beam into the ground to identify where the root is located and how deep it is.