Our arborists walk your property and put together a specialized plan for the care of your trees and shrubs, based upon the plant material at your property. We are always available to visit the site should you ever have any concerns with your trees and shrubs. We provide a full range of services to assist in keeping your trees and shrubs healthy. Preventive care and regular maintenance oftentimes can mean the difference between a plant thriving or just surviving. We have specialized programs to treat for Scale and, boring insects, as well as leaf feeding insects.Our programs are custom designed to fit the needs of the specific plant material on your property.
Custom designed programs to fit the needs of the specific plant material on your property.
Plant Health Care
Many of our spray services are now available in a trunk spray, a soil injection, or a trunk injection, which in turn makes, it much safer for the applicator to apply as well as for the environment.
When it comes to disease management, it is extremely challenging. We are dealing with plant material living in an outdoor environment, in an uncontrolled setting. And it varies year to year. Our team of Arborists, have a vast array of knowledge and years of experience to assist our clients with their disease and cultural issues in their landscapes.
Deep Root Fertilization
Our deep root fertilization service has the perfect blend of ingredients to feed the soil resulting in beautiful and healthy trees and shrubs. It releases slowly over a 6 to 8 month period, rather than a faster release product, that may result in excessive growth. Along with major nutrients of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium; this application also includes mycorrhizae (beneficial soil fungus) and micronutrients, along with humic acid.
Winter watering for our climate is critical to tree and shrub survival. It can even be beneficial to perennials and turf grass. To help prevent winter desiccation and improve insect resistance during the growing season. Our program is designed November to March, completed every three to four weeks when we do not receive at 1″ of precipitation.
We use a soil conditioner additive, called Kick. It is in compaction reduction, improved drainage, food source for microbial activity, and improved plant nutrition. It also aids in the reduction of potential salt damage.
With winter watering, the sustainability and drought resistance of our landscapes, and improved dormancy break in spring.
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