Tree & Shrub


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I. Dormant Oil

Winter:  January – March

This application is designed to smother over-wintering insects (i.e. aphids, mites, scale, etc). This time sensitive treatment is applied in the early part of the season prior to leaf or flower buds beginning to bloom.

 

II. Insecticide Drench

Early Spring:  February – April

Drenching is a systemic treatment applied to the soil around the base of the plant and is pulled up through the root system.  It provides deep, targeted treatment and is a useful way for professionals to apply insecticides to help prevent and reduce pest infestations.  These treatments help reduce stess and unsightly damage caused by pests (i.e. aphids, japanese beetles, lace bugs, white flies, etc).

 

III. Spring Root Fertilization

Spring:  March – May

Our spring root fertilization helps plants recover from winter stress and helps maintain a healthier, more vigorous landscape throughout the growing season. This application contains a good source of fertilizers and micronutrients customized to provide your plants an effective food reserve.  Appropriate plant nutrition helps defend against diseases, insects, and enironmental stress.

 

IV. Spring Insect Control

Spring:  March – May

This treatment is designed to control plant damaging insects. Treatments help reduce stress and unsightly damage caused by pests (i.e. mites, japanese beetles, bagworms, tent caterpillars, etc).

 

V. Summer Insect Control

Summer:  June – August

This treatment reduces plant stress caused by seasonal insects such as bagworms, lace bugs, beetles, and caterpillars.

 

VI. Fall Horticultural Oil

Fall:  September – November

This fall / early winter application targets late season pest activity.  This treatment provides protection by reducing the amount of insects that seek refuge and over-winter in your trees and shrubs.

 



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