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Ian Orlikoff , Signature Tree Care, assisted in a  proper pruning demonstration at Naples Botanical Garden on April 13,2011. This ISA class featured Dr. Ed Gilman, University of Florida professor, Dept. of Environmental Horticulture,  instructing the group on proper pruning techniques and reasons why to prune.

Tuesday, 06 December 2011 19:00

Lethal Yellowing Prevention, Naples,Fl.

See pictures and read about how Ian Orlikoff of Signature Tree Care  treats Coconut palms for lethal yellowing in Collier County,  Naples,Fl.

Ian Orlikoff checks his syringe before he treats a coconut palm tree with oxytetracycline as a preventative practice to protect the trees from lethal yellowing disease………

http://www.naplesnews.com/photos/galleries/2011/dec/05/lethal-yellowing-prevention/211642/

On November 18,2011 Ian Orlikoff of Eco Logic Land Care was a guest speaker for Mr.Shore’s third and fourth graders at the Pelican Marsh school in Naples, Fl.

Monday, 24 October 2011 20:00

Organic Lawn Care, naples,fl.

Read this article written by Eco Logic Land Care in August 2011 on ways to promote healthy lawns without the use of chemicals.

Sustainable lawn care today requires a savvier homeowner, as well as a more discerning service provider. Our future health and that of our environment are impacted by how we take care of our local surroundings. Let change begin with your lawn…….

http://swfl.naturalawakeningsmag.com/SWFL/August-2011/A-Healthier-Southwest-Florida-One-Lawn-at-a-Time/

Monday, 01 August 2011 20:00

Pruning Live Oak for Health Safety

Watch this video on proper tree pruning with Ian Orlikoff of Signature Tree Care and Doug Caldwell, horticulture agent of the University of Florida, Collier County, May 2011

http://www.youtube.com/ecologiccare

By Joanna Fitzgerald, Community Contributor, Naples Daily News, Posted March 18,2011

Amazing adventure

This osprey nest, containing three chicks, had blown down from the top of a Norfolk pine in a storm. Two of the babies died on impact but one baby survived — it arrived at the Conservancy Wildlife Clinic extremely cold and lethargic. After several hours the bird was dry and warm and we were able to feed it small fish pieces.

Daily News staff, Naples Daily News, Posted January 27, 2007

Who: Doug Caldwell, landscape horticulture specialist with the Collier County University of Florida Extension Office, will present a brief pictorial talk on palm lethal yellowing disease, which has been spotted in a number of Collier County neighborhoods, and how to recognize symptoms, followed by a question-and-answer session on the county palm inoculation program. Joe Boscaglia, Naples parks and parkways coordinator, will explain the city’s suppression program; Ian Orlikoff of Signature Tree will add information on inoculation process and removal of infected palms.

See great photos and read this article on this heartwarming story of the re nesting of two baby eagles by Ian Orlikoff, March 2008.

http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2008/mar/14/2-eaglets-rescued-returned-their-nest-country-club/

By Harriet Howard Heithaus, Naples Daily News, Posted May 31,2008

…Two area companies, local volunteers and Collier County Recycling have offered to handle that part of “X-treme Yard Makeover,” the North Naples yard being redesigned as a model for good landscaping with easy maintenance and low water use. The three groups have been at the 7050 Trail Blvd. home this past week and will be again next week to take out trees, clear the stumps and grade the yard.

By Harriet Howard Heithaus, Naples Daily News, Posted June 6, 2008

Trees are not planted with an idea of how tall and how wide they will be at maturity. Nor are they pruned at the optimum time to be trained.

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