Perhaps the most common cause of damage to trees is storms and other acts of nature. The strong winds and rain that accompany these storms can cause a lot of damage. The rain will make the earth around the tree very vulnerable. One of the most dangerous pests for trees is humans, especially with equipment.
Injuries to trees caused by a lawn mower or weed trimmer can seriously threaten the health of a tree. These pathogens invade the tree through leaves, roots and bark wounds and damage the vascular system of the tree if not prevented or treated. In some cases, if trees are stressed or if they have been injured (a major cause of tree stress), they may be more susceptible to damage from insects and diseases. In addition, damage to the bark layer of trees causes long-term responsibility by creating a wound that leads to a defect, turning into an unsafe tree.
Annosum root rot infects trees when spores of the fungus Heterobasion annosum are deposited in the wounds of damaged trees or on freshly cut stumps after a pine stand has been cleared. Good tree management reduces drought stress and mechanical damage and therefore reduces the likelihood of disease problems in In many cases, trees do not die but are damaged to the point of losing their vigor, and insects and diseases take advantage of the tree's loss of resistance.