Native grapevines are great for wildlife, but they can also harm and even kill your trees, potentially contributing to the spread of invasive plants. How can you balance these competing values? Read this MyWoodlot blog to find out.
Wild apple trees are an important food for wildlife, but overcrowding within a tree and between neighboring trees can reduce the number of apples they produce. Prune branches and clear around wild apple trees to help them grow more fruit.
Tree species, size, and quality all affect how much a logger will pay for your timber. Like weeding a garden, you can boost the future income of your woodlot by cutting poorly growing trees to give higher-value ones more room to grow.