Tree & Shrub
Fertilization maintains the health an vigor of both Trees & Shrubs.Reduces winter bark splittingDrought damage Increases resistance to insects and diseaseAesthetically increases the size and number of fruit and flowers Increases the size and intensity of foliage
Deep root injection, is the method used to fertilize the root zone. This is done by means of a soil probe pushed 6-8 inches below the surface, injecting liquid fertilizer into the area where the tree or shrub absorbs the majority of its nutrients. This service is offered during the spring season.
Insect & Disease Control
Topical sprays are applied directly to the foliage of the trees and shrubs to protect against insects such as Japanese Beetles and diseases such as apple scab.
We us the arbor jet system which is the process of drilling 3/8 inch holes in the base of the tree, then injecting high concentrates of liquid pesticide into the vascular system of the tree for the purpose of controlling borer insects such as the Emerald Ash Borer. Injections are also used to control leaf feeding insect such as the Japanese beetle on trees that are too large to spray.