Our climbing arborists have an expert knowledge of the diseases and insects that affect our local trees. Often with a quick climb through the canopy of your tree they can assess the damage done by insects or confirm the presence of a disease. Some diseases, such as black knot in plum and cherry trees, need direct attention while others, such as Pear Thrips or tar spots in maple trees are seasonal.
Do you have doubts about the health of your trees? We are qualified to detect the presence of parasites such as emerald ash borer.
With so many trees being extremely affected by disease, voracious insects and a harsh environment we can give you solid advice before planting new trees!
It is important to consider which diseases and insects are prevalent in the area, and how resistant your new trees are.
Another common planting mistake often made by landscapers is planting trees too close to buildings or too close together. Sure, it looks great while the trees are small, but what happens when they mature? We know what your baby trees will turn into, so we plant them for the future. A good planting plan and wise placement of each tree is important to protect your investment and the future growth of your trees.
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