BOMA – Office and Commercial Real Estate Expo
BOMA Commercial Real Estate Expo

Balanced Enviroments

May 17, 2021

BOMA/Suburban Chicago’s Office & Commercial Real Estate EXPO (June 17th, 2021)

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As the cicadas retreat, you might start noticing the aftermath of their presence. One clear sign of cicada damage is “flagging,” where young branch tips die off, marked by the slits where female cicadas laid their eggs. While this damage can kill small branch tips, rest assured that your plants are likely to recover in the long run. For younger trees, you can prune out any affected or dead branch tips.

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Storm Damage to Trees? We’re Here to Help!

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We have been no stranger to powerful storms that can leave a trail of damage in their wake, especially to our beautiful trees. At Balanced Environments, Inc., we understand the importance of maintaining the health and safety of your landscape. Here’s how we can help you manage and mitigate storm tree damage effectively.

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As the cicadas retreat, you might start noticing the aftermath of their presence. One clear sign of cicada damage is “flagging,” where young branch tips die off, marked by the slits where female cicadas laid their eggs. While this damage can kill small branch tips, rest assured that your plants are likely to recover in the long run. For younger trees, you can prune out any affected or dead branch tips.