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Certified Arborist in DeCordova, TX.

To become a Texas ISA certified arborist one must have years of extensive experience in the Texas tree service industry, successfully complete demanding tests and uphold the standards of excellence that the International Society of Arboriculture is known for.  No matter what your tree care concerns, needs or desires are, the ISA certified arborists here at Truly Arbor Care is well-able and devoted to providing all the quality tree care services you expect! 

Dallas-Fort Worth Tree Care

Maintaining the health of your trees is equivalent to successfully managing your investments.  Not only do strong, healthy trees add beauty to your residential outdoor environment but they greatly increase your property value!  Tree removal, treating serious tree diseases and tree replacement can be costly.  Treatments that ensure your trees will remain healthy are the best way to protect your living assets. 

  • TREE HEALTH ASSESSMENT 

    Examining the health status of the tree enables you to make certain the tree receives the proper nutrients it requires to remain healthy and strong.

  • DEEP ROOT FERTILIZATION 

    The tree’s health and immunity to diseases are boosted by injecting the specific minerals and nutrients it requires directly into its root structure. 

  • ROOT PRUNING 

    Roots become restricted when a tree is planted in a tight space.  Root pruning prevents girdled roots and stunted tree growth.

  • TREE GROWTH REGULATORS 
    This treatment is important for fast-growing trees because it increases root density and heightens the tree’s disease resistance.
  • SICK TREES 

     Your tree’s health is the best way to prevent serious disease infections from occurring.  Our ISA certified arborists are well provide the tree care services.

  • TREE PESTS AND DISEASE

    Do not delay in enlisting the services of a tree expert when you first observe insect pests or suspect that your tree’s health is declining..

Deep Root Fertilization

A certified tree care expert injects the specific minerals and nutrients the tree requires directly into its root zone.  As topical lawn fertilization rarely supplies the tree with the nutrition it requires, deep root fertilization guarantees the tree receives the nutrition it needs to remain strong and hearty.  Trees that receive this treatment annually are 95% more resistant to diseases.  Additionally, oxygen injected into the soil corrects soil compaction and poor drainage that can inhibit root growth.

Tree Disease Treatment

Robust trees have natural immunity against diseases, but stress can weaken a tree and cause it to become more susceptible to damaging pathogens.  A tree can become stressed by many factors such as poor soil quality and turbulent weather conditions.  Guarding the health of your trees is always the best way to protect them from the many diseases our tree care specialists frequently encounter.

  • Texas Root Rot
    Thriving in chalky, textured soil, this lethal fungal disease destroys the root structure and can kill a tree within several weeks after symptoms manifest.
  • Ganoderma
    This serious fungal disease decimates the tree’s entire vascular system. Mushroom-shaped structures at the tree’s baseline are indicative of this ailment that can cause trees to fall over from winds.
  • Bacterial Leaf Scorch
    Leaves that have dried, crispy edges or areas that appear as if they’ve been burned have been infected by this bacterial pathogen.
  • Chlorosis
    The deprivation of chlorophyll causes leaves to turn whitish-yellow. Most often chlorosis is the result of iron-deficient soil. Click to learn more about Chlorosis!
  • Seiridium Canker
    Dead Branches strewn amongst green ones within the same tree (called “flagging”) are caused by this destructive pathogen that targets Leyland cypress and other fir tree varieties.
  • Leaf Spot
    Ugly black spots that cover foliage are caused by a large variety of bacterial and fungal pathogens.
  • Bacterial Slime Flux
    Invading the tree through its wounds, fermented sap is produced that oozes down the tree’s bark and emits a strong, foul stench. Bark becomes streaked and discolored and grass at the tree’s baseline often dies.
  • Fireblight
    Targeting trees that produce pome fruit, this fungal disease causes new shoot growth to turn black and curl into hook-like ends.
  • Powdery Mildew
    Exceptionally common, this swift-spreading fungal pathogen quickly overtakes an entire residence and causes foliage and leaves to manifest white dusty spots. 

Oak Wilt Treatment

All oak varieties are in danger of this deadly fungal disease.  Millions of oak trees in Texas alone have been destroyed by this lethal nemesis that shuts down the oak’s vascular system, preventing the tree from dispersing nutrients and water throughout its structure.  Towering Shumard red oaks are its preferred target.  An infected tree can die in less than six months; therefore, it is urgent to enlist the help of an arborist that treats sick trees if you have the slightest suspicion that your oak tree is in danger.

Pest Control

It is highly important to treat insect infestations when they first begin to appear on your property.  Left untreated, insect pests reproduce rapidly, infiltrate your entire outdoor residential environment and can ultimately destroy your trees and plants.  Our ISA certified arborists and tree doctors are continually encountering the many destructive insects prevalent throughout our community and treating and eliminating them.

  • COTTONWOOD BORER

    These huge black and ivory beetles are hard to miss! They invade the root structure of cottonwood, willow and poplar trees.

  • SPIDER MITES
  • These microscopic insects leave tiny bite marks or the upper side of leaves and sine fine webbing on the underside.

  • PINE BARK BEETLES
    Their devastation on Texas fir trees is increasing swiftly and they cause needle discoloration, needle loss, and flaking, peeling bark.
  • WEBWORMS
    These worms can turn your beautiful grounds into a visual disaster quickly! They hide within the white webbed bags.
  • WOOD BORERS 

    Larvae enter the tree through its bark and then eat intricate, curving tunnels throughout the tree’s inner wood.

  • SCALE INSECTS
    Extracting liquid nutrients from leaves, they often go unnoticed because they appear as small bumps that do not move.

ISA Certified Arborist

We are proud to provide quality tree care to our community of residents and commercial businesses for over 25 years.  Family owned and locally operated, here at Truly Arbor Care our ISA certified arborists, tree doctors, and arbor care professionals are devoted to providing you with the services and personalized care plans you desire!  Call us today at (817) 697-2884 and meet with one of our experts!