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Bozeman Tree Service

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5061 Love Ln
Bozeman, MT 59718
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(406) 813-1067
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  • Bozeman Tree Service of Bozeman, MT offer superior lawn, tree and landscape care, including lawn fertilization and weed control, tree pruning, removal, fertilizing and spraying.

    If you're feeling the time pressures of day-to-day living and want some help taking care of your yard call us. Nutra Green by Bozeman Tree Service can provide a wide range of services:

  • Applying fertilizer for trees and lawns
  • Weed control
  • Plant health consulting and care
  • Tree / shrub pruning and removal
  • Tree stump removal
  • Tree spraying and fertilization
  • Tree bracing and cabling
  • Insect control
  • Core aeration

    Certified Arborist credential identifies professional arborists who have a minimum of three years of full-time experience working in the professional tree care industry and who have passed an extensive examination covering all facets of arboriculture.

    The Certified Arborist examination has 200 questions on tree biology, tree identification and selection, tree-soil-water relations, tree nutrition and fertilization, tree planting and establishment, pruning concepts and techniques, cabling, bracing and lightning protection, problem diagnosis and management, tree preservation on construction sites, climbing and safe work practices, and tree risk assessment. Certification is valid for three years, during which time the arborist must complete 30 continuing education units (CEUs) in order to re certify. Certified Arborists earn CEUs by attending seminars, studying in college courses, or completing study in ISA published magazines and books. A study guide outlines the basic knowledge tested on the exam.

    The arborist certification program has successfully improved the profession by setting minimum standards of achievement, incentives for continuing education, and an improved image from both the arborist's and the general public's points of view. The language used in arboriculture has become more scientific and educated, and less dependent on vague and ambiguous words like lacing and rounding-over. The more descriptive language Certified Arborists use gives purchasers of tree service a high degree of assurance that their trees will not be damaged or mutilated, and that both they and the arborist understand the effects of a particular treatment.


    So if you are considering this option call Bozeman Tree Service for complete lawn, tree & landscape care!

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