Tree Preservation & Health Assessment In MetroWest, MA
Preserve The Health Of Your Trees
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Protect Your Trees And Give Them A Healthy Future
We cherish the beauty and shade our trees provide. Unfortunately, insects like aphids, spider mites, and caterpillars can weaken our trees by feeding on their leaves, stems, and roots. Similarly, diseases can cause irreversible damage to our trees.
That’s why tree spraying or injection for control and reduction of insect and disease infestation is crucial for the well-being of our trees. Treating our trees with the appropriate insecticides and fungicides can prevent insects and diseases from robbing them of their splendor.
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The Importance Of Regular Tree Maintenance
Our trees are a valuable and beloved part of our environment. Regular tree maintenance and treatments are essential to help preserve their health and beauty. In addition to insect infestations and diseases, trees face environmental stressors like drought and pollution. Without proper care and attention, these issues can weaken and kill our trees, leaving us with a diminished and less vibrant environment.
By investing in regular tree maintenance and treatments, we can protect our trees and ensure they continue providing us with beauty, shade, and clean air. Let’s take care of our trees.
We’re Dedicated To The Health Of Your Trees
We Care About Your Trees, The Safety Of You And Your Property, And Your Experience
Quality Of Work
We take pride in our work and love what we do. Your project will be completed efficiently and to the highest standards. We’ll also leave your property cleaner than we found it.
Work With A Highly Educated Team
Rest assured, knowing you have an ISA-Certified Arborist on site. Our team also takes the time to educate you so you understand what we’re doing and why.
Enjoy A Professional Experience From Start To Finish
Our customers love working with us because we communicate with you, we show up on time, and you know what we’re doing at every step of the process.
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Maintain The Beauty Of Your Surroundings
*These products can only be applied by a licensed commercial applicator.
*Prices are averages and may vary depending on the size and scope of your project and the equipment used. You will get an exact quote for your unique project after the on-site consultation.
Our Well Thought Out Process
Our process promotes excellent communication and safety, so you always know what to expect, and everyone stays safe.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Hemlock Wooly Adelgid: A small insect that feeds by sucking the sap from hemlock and spruce trees. They are seen mainly by looking at the underside of the foliage. You’ll see white, scaly, and bubbly-looking material.
- Scale: It’s an insect infestation by one of more than 8,000 species of insects that suck sap from plants. They have a shell-like bump appearance and firmly attach to the host plant’s stems, leaves, or branches. They can be on multiple species of plants. Sooty mold (damp, black debris on branches and leaves) is the most common sign of scale problems. This mold disrupts photosynthesis and weakens the plant’s immune system and food transport.
- Winter Moth/Gypsy Moth: It’s a small moth that lives inside the leaf buds and eats the leaves of trees right at bud break. They are very tough pests to manage, and when infections are bad, they can almost defoliate an entire tree. It has not been extremely active the last 3 years but could always make a comeback.
- Fireblight, Apple Scab: Contagious disease affecting apple trees and pears. If not treated correctly or left untreated, it can destroy an entire orchard in a single growing season.
- Emerald Ash Borer: It’s a small green insect that infests ash trees in New England and severs the food highway of the tree. Females lay eggs inside the bark of the trees. It also causes woodpecker damage to trees and stems since the birds know insects are inside the tree. It vastly kills the tree’s food system, which causes the tree to die quickly and become very brittle.
- “Brittle Cinder”: This one is new and scary. It started in the Southern United States. It’s a fungus and plant pathogen common on various trees, including beech, oak, chestnut, and maple. It causes soft rot and can cause sudden breakage in seemingly healthy trees. Unfortunately, there is no known treatment except immediate removal.
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