PLANT HEALTH CARE
An urban environment can be a harsh environment for trees to thrive in. Our Plant Health Care team is equipped to help combat the many challenges our urban trees face and thrive on your property and in our urban forest. We take an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach and ensure that our treatments are the most effective strategy with the least amount of impact to beneficial insects in our environment.
Our Licensed PHC Technicians Are Trained On A Variety Of Application Techniques:
- Soil Injections
- Soil Drenches
- Trunk & Foliar Treatments
- Macro & Micro Trunk Injections
APPLICATIONS & SERVICES
Our tree care monitoring service provides great value to our clients by ensuring their trees are checked regularly identifying tree care needs before they become major problems. Our ISA Board Certified Master Arborist oversees and conducts all inspections ensuring the best recommendations for your trees.
Our ISA Board Certified Master Arborist will schedule monitor inspections to coincide with insect and disease cycles common to the trees on the property throughout the growing season. We work with each client individually to determine the needs specific to their trees and property. Observations in tree health and condition are collected, reported in writing, and presented with recommendations.
Proactive care is the key to effective tree care management. Early detection of tree conditions allows for adequate time to successfully administer treatments and enhance the value of the trees on your property. A tree monitoring program is a vital part of an effective Plant Health Care program.
INSECTS & DISEASES COMMON TO OUR AREA
Plant damaging insects and diseases often have predictable damage cycles that are specific to the tree species and time of the year. Populations of both insects and diseases will vary in severity each year depending on environmental and cultural factors influencing their development or presence.
Our ISA Certified Arborists are trained and qualified to identify symptoms and indicators of the specific pest or disease and determine if treatment is necessary or not for the health of your trees.