Hypoxylon Canker is a fungus, common in the Southeastern United States, caused by Biscogniauxia atropunctata var. atropunctata. Hypoxylon Canker, also known as "white rot", most commonly affects: oaks, pecans, and hickory trees. This opportunistic pathogen easily infects trees that have gone through stresses such as: drought, compaction, root
Fulghams Inc.’s patented technology not only keeps the vigor in trees, but it can also reverse the negative effects that hurricanes cause to the soil. To say that Hurricane Katrina was a devastating storm is an understatement. The storms had winds that reached up to 160 MPH and had surge
Proper Tree Selection is so important for tree longevity and future aesthetics in a particular site. Do yourself a favor and research what type of tree will best suite your site. Pick a tree based on its size at maturity that will fit your space and not the size when
Proper Tree Planting brings to mind several essential elements associated with planting a tree: Proper Tree Selection, Proper Tree Placement, Proper Tree Pruning and Structure, and Proper Tree Maintenance. I plan to address these issues separately in later Blog Posts. Each element, along with correct planting, is necessary to help
Fulgham's Inc. was honored as the 2013 Mississippi Arborist of the Year. The video below shows Mr. Bob Fulgham, owner and founder of Fulgham's Inc., accepting this award.
Water and oxygen are the two most important factors that trees need to survive. Trees are just like humans they need these nutrients to survive. When these resources are limited trees begin to decline, and, when a tree declines you begin to see dieback of leafy material in the upper