Frequently Asked Questions

Who will work on my landscape?

The only people who will work on your landscape are K & S employees and the salesperson you know and trust. Our team members have experience and horticultural backgrounds, and we will all be familiar with your landscape needs.

Are you insured and licensed?

We have all the necessary licenses for our area, and we carry workers’ compensation insurance for all of our employees to protect our customers and us.

What kind of landscaping do you do?

  • Hazardous tree removal
  • Ornamental pruning
  • Land clearing and brush chipping
  • Cable and bracing
  • Stump grinding
  • Commercial and residential lawn care
  • Root fertilization and aeration
  • Tree planting
  • Plant health care programs
  • Pest management programs
  • Snow removal


Apple scab fungicide applications

April 24, 2019
K and S Tree Service

We’re starting our first applications of apple scab fungicide and fertilizer. It’s critical to spray at quarter, half, and three quarter bud break. Soil injections of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium help your trees with the nutrients they need to do well this season. Nitrogen to push growth, phosphorus for its …

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Growing Degree Days

April 26, 2019
K and S Tree Service

To study the growth of plants, the cycle of insects, and when we can harvest crops, we devised growing degree days.(GDD) There are a few ways to calculate them, but I’ll discuss the one we like. Add the high and low of the day, and divide it by two. For …

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Soil Compositions

May 20, 2019
K and S Tree Service

There are three main soil classifications in your yard, depending on the size of the particles, in millimeters. Sand being the largest at 2 mm-0.05 mm, silt being next largest at 0.05 mm-0.002 mm, and finally clay being the smallest particles at 0.002 mm or smaller. The ideal soil is …

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Trees and your Foundation

June 6, 2019
K and S Tree Service

We love our trees here at K and S, however we agree with the time honored philosophy of “right plant, right place”. This means you can love blue spruce and maple trees, just plant them away from the home, with the room they need to grow properly and not damage …

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