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Bryan Graham
Tue, May 1st 2012, 05:39

Bob- Thanks you for the wonderful visit last week. I look forward to the improvement in the neighbor's live oak. Your work on the University of Alabama campus is certainly proof that your system works.


Richard C. Burton
Mon, Jan 23rd 2012, 10:11

Looking forward to your help for the trees on my block and hopeful we can work together to make sure tree preservation is a top priority in my area.


Connie Maslanka
Thu, Jan 5th 2012, 07:58

Well done good and faithful servant!


Dennis J Stephens
Mon, Dec 5th 2011, 23:49

Very interesting, Have you thought about pecan trees,apples,peaches,would your treatment be effective on these trees.


Eduardo Reyes
Sat, Oct 23rd 2010, 10:23

keep doing this amazing job! we can keep our trees growing for very long time


Caitlin Raschke
Thu, Mar 18th 2010, 07:13


My town's council want to remove an avenue of 80 year old native fig trees for various reasons (mainly to do with fear of injury and being sued). I was so pleased to find your website because I was completely ignorant that the process of improving root growth was possible. Thanks heaps.



Kenny Chersack @Hawthorn Forestry&Tree Service
Fri, Jan 1st 2010, 10:49


Looks like very good system of preserving the health of the tree.i beleive all our urban trees would benefit here in michigan,



RAY
Thu, Sep 3rd 2009, 08:11


OK NOW I SEE . LOOKS GOOD BOBBY



Murv Alleman, City Arborist, Ocean Springs, Ms.
Thu, Aug 6th 2009, 06:59


Keep up the good work Bob and David! If it was easy, anybody could do it.



joanne s.
Thu, May 21st 2009, 20:54


Thank you for caring enough to take care of the trees! We need more folks like you! It's beautiful what you are doing...nothing so wonderful as a beautiful healthy tree! Keep up the good work!



Julie F. Cannon
Thu, May 14th 2009, 11:47


I first met David Fulgham in 1992 after moving house. Once settled in, I noticed how beautiful my next door neighbors yard was and was referred to David by them. Our yard was in quite a state, dead looking grass in the front, and dirt in the back. We also have two beautiful 150 year old Oak trees in our front yard which were not doing well at all. David started working for me straight away. My yard is now a picture of health and happiness. Our trees are bigger and healthier than ever. The young buds in the spring are at least twice the size of our neighbors tree which is the same age and size. Our grass is thick and green. We have holly bushes all around our home and two of those bushes were dead when David first started. They are now full, green and beautifully healthy. David also planted several new trees in the back of our property and they are all flourishing, due to his tender loving care. Now that David is with the National Tree Preservation, he has moved on but not out of my life forever as I still manage to see him when he comes to treat my trees each spring. Anyone looking to preserve and protect their trees should definately look into treating them to a good dose of David medicine! Not only is he good at what he does, but he a joy to have around and always does the best job possible with a big smile on his face. Sincerely, Julie F. Cannon



Laura B. (Starkville, MS)
Mon, May 11th 2009, 12:38


I recently saw you on Mississippi Roads and was so happy to see your success with preserving old trees. I very much enjoyed viewing your website and am now interested in seeing before and after pictures of what your invention will do for newly planted young trees - as I would like to plant a few trees in our backyard. This is just fantastic! Also, congrats on obtaining a grant to save numerous trees along the coast.



Mike Hammond
Fri, Feb 27th 2009, 10:43


David - Great presentation and demo yesterday at the West TN ASLA meeting. Simple, effective and cost-savings states your service and that's the best way to sell a client on a service. We'll be pitching your company from here on out. Thanks, again.



Jim Heinzel
Fri, Feb 20th 2009, 07:17


Hey Bob: I was just checking out your site before I go into a meeting with Hancock County. Will be speaking with you soon. Keep up all the good work. Jim Heinzel Certified Arborist #SO-5803A



Marlene
Fri, Jan 30th 2009, 19:36


Hello Bob Fulgham I am from Ecuador This is Marlene do you remember me? It is nice to know people who take care of the Nature I hope you are doing well.



JAN MURPHY
Tue, Sep 23rd 2008, 15:16


I was searching for the Oke tree you transplanted in D'Iberville, Ms. for Cynthia Roberts on Bay Drive. Please let me know how I can see it. Thank You 11111



Cade Trisler (Trisler Landscape)
Wed, Aug 27th 2008, 11:12


I remember seeing Mr. Fulgham about 10 years ago at Hinds CC when I was a student there. Our company is now in need for his services at our customers properties. I am sure we can convince our clients at some local colleges the small costs to save some of their huge Live Oak trees that are center of their campus. We believe this will be a small investment and his treatment can save the beauty of the campus and existing trees in stress.



Betty Hudson
Thu, Aug 21st 2008, 23:41


Here I sit much after midnight looking over your website. I am impressed! The pictures are great and the information very well presented. Keep up the good work with the website and the trees!! May everything go GREEN!!



Kathy Ferris
Sat, Aug 2nd 2008, 16:19


Mr. Bob, I can't thank you enough for the work you did on my dogwood tree years ago to save it. If you will recall, it was on its "last leg" and you ask me to let you try to treat it. As I look out my dining room window today, I'm reminded of your expertise and the many gifts God has given you and how you are putting them to good use every single day. You have a love for His creation and its inspiring to see you still enjoying your work after all these years. You do everything you're a part of with the highest amount of integrity and I appreciate that so much! You're a blessing to my family . . . and to my trees!



Dee Comer
Fri, Jun 6th 2008, 11:39


Thanks, Bob for all your help on the live oak trees that I have enjoyed since I was a kid. Dee



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