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Tree Trimming and Pruning
Trimming can serve two
purposes, hazard reduction and maintenance. Hazard reduction can get rid of branches that might compromise the structural
integrity of the tree; maintenance can make your tree more aesthetically pleasing. We offer both services, in order to keep
your trees healthy and attractive.
Tree Takedown and Removal
We never like to get rid of a tree, but sometimes it is necessary
for one to come down. We dispose of trees in a careful and efficient manner, minimizing waste and invasiveness in your landscape.
In a suburban landscape with many other plants, it can be hard for a tree to get
proper nutrients. We analyze the nutrient content of your soil, and blend a customized fertilizer to help your trees be as
healthy as possible.
Why deep root fertilize? Not only does deep root fertilization restore vital nutrients to
the soil, it will lead to better overall health for the plants, which improves appearance, growth and flowers. Along with
the aesthetic benefits to deep root fertilization, this process also aids in soil aeration, which allows better air and water
movement through the soil.
Fertilization: Fertilization treatments enhance the overall health and appearance of
your landscape. This treatment is the most beneficial and important treatment for the health and beauty of your landscape.
Through the technique of deep root fertilization, the vital nutrients are placed in the soil and around the root system of
your plants so that they are immediately available for your plants to take up and utilize. Any of the nutrients that are not
used immediately are held in the pore space of the soil for about one year, readily available when the plant may need them
the most (i.e. drought).
Mycorrhizae: This is a beneficial root
fungus that attaches and colonizes along a plant’s root system. The mycorrhizae live off the sugars in the host plant
but in turn, aid in the uptake of water and nutrients found in the surrounding soil. Due to the additional water and nutrients
that are taken up, the host plant will thrive and better withstand extreme environmental conditions.
This soil additive is a blend of humic and amino acid, sea kelp, vitamins and natural sugars, which aid in the production
of fibrous root hairs and other necessary processes which occur in the plant. With the addition of the biostimulant to the
soil, the surrounding plants will be able to take up more N-P-K and water, thus causing the plant to become healthier, produce
more chlorophyll, and have better flower and fruit production.
Tree Disease Treatment
Many trees are susceptible to
a variety of diseases, such as Dutch Elm’s disease and Sycamore Anthracnose. We can take some preventative measures
to help protect your trees for years.
This common problem can occur on the leaves or in the vascular systems and
root systems of the plant. Treatments can vary from topical applications to treatments that are injected directly into the
plant. Some common fungal problems are Cedar-apple rust and Verticilium wilt.
Cedar-apple rust: Cedar apple rust is a fungal problem that must have two host plants to complete its life cycle. A few examples
of hosts are cedars or junipers and the alternate hosts are apples or crabapples. Symptoms of this disease are bright yellow
or orange spots on the leaves, which can cause early defoliation. If this early defoliation occurs multiple years in a row,
the host plant could die.
Insect and Mite Treatment
Insects and mites can infest your trees, weakening them and
increasing the chance of an accidental fall. We can take help keep your trees clear of pests, so you don’t have to worry
about anything imperiling your tree’s health.
The majority of insects are beneficial insects. They may aid
in pollination (bees) or help with keeping the number of harmful insects in check (lady bugs), but there are insects that
are harmful to your landscape. These insects are broken down into three categories depending on their feeding methods: chewing
insects, sucking insects and boring insects.
Chewing insects eat plant tissue.They feed on leaves, flowers, buds
or twigs, and the easiest way to identify them is to look for notching on the affected plant part. A few examples of chewing
insects are Japanese Beetles, Holly Leaf Miner and Tent Caterpillars.
Sucking insects pierce the leaves and branches of a plant and suck the sugars and other nutrients directly from the plant.
When this occurs on leaves, you normally can see small white dots where the insect has punctured the leaf. Common sucking
insects are scales, Hemlock Wooly Adelgid and aphids.
Boring insects spend some time feeding somewhere below the
bark of the plant as larvae. This type of insect feeds on interior wood and creates chambers that reduce the water and nutrient
flow through the plant. Bronze birch borer and two lined chestnut borer are common examples of this deadly insect.
Cabling and Bracing
Certain trees may lose their structural integrity, due to pests, disease, or just weather. Cabling and bracing may help
support a tree, and can help you avoid having to remove the tree outright.
Stumps can be an unsightly blemish on
an otherwise stately landscape. Let us help you restore your property to its full glory.
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