PROFESSIONAL TREE CARE SERVICES
ALL LEVELS OF TREE CARE TREE & SOIL INJECTIONS ANTI-DESICCANT SPRAY DEEP ROOT FERTILIZATION
TREE CARE PROGRAMS
Basic Tree Care Three treatments of trees and shrubs.
Standard Tree Care Four treatments of trees and shrubs.
Preferred Tree Care Six treatments of trees and shrubs.
Tree & Soil Injections New control products injected into tree.
Anti-desiccant Spray Protective spray for new plantings.
T-1 DORMANT OIL APPLICATION (February – March)
A horticultural oil application to reduce populations of scale insects, insect eggs and over-wintering insects like Aphids and Mites.
T-2 EARLY SPRING APPLICATION (April – May)
Inspection and treatment for population suppression of plant damaging insects and diseases. (Lacebug, Sawfly, Scale, Mites, Leafminer, White Fly, Leaf Spot)
T-3 MID SPRING APPLICATION (May – June)
Inspection and treatment for population suppression of plant damaging insects and disease control as required. Foliar application of iron to enhance leaf color and help prevent chlorosis. (Adelgid, Boxwood Psylid, Tent Caterpillars, Pinetip Moth, Bagworms, Black Weevil, Mildew, plus insects listed in the early spring application)
T-4 LATE SPRING APPLICATION (June – July)
Inspection and treatment for population suppression of plant damaging insects and disease control. (Webworm, Juniper Midge, Japanese Beetle, plus insects listed in the early spring and mid spring applications.
T-5 SUMMER APPLICATION (July – August)
Inspection and treatment for population suppression of plant damaging insects such as Bagworms and Japanese Beetles.
T-6 FALL FERTILIZATION (October – December)
Deep root fertilization of trees and shrubs to improve winter hardiness, enhance spring growth and vigor.
T-7 ANTI-DESICCANT (November – December)
A protective coating to reduce the loss of moisture by coating the leaves/needles of exposed evergreens from ice and wind damage. A second application may be necessary for very exposed plants.
T-8 TREE INJECTIONS (April – November)
Injection of control products directly into the trunk bark of large trees. Primarily used for trees too large for conventional spraying and for certain diseases like Dutch Elm disease. Also used to correct nutrient deficiency.
T-9 IPM INSPECTIONS (March – November)
Regular monthly inspections of the entire landscape to stay ahead of insect and disease problems. This approach is becoming very popular because it minimizes the use and need for pesticides.
T-11 BORER TREATMENT (May – August)
Drenching or spraying of tree trunks for the control of Borers on trees such as Dogwood, Birch, Ash and Locust.
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