Certified Arborist in Paluxy, TX.
To become a Texas ISA certified arborist one must have years of experience in the tree care industry, complete demanding tests and represent the International Society of Arboriculture by exemplifying the high standards of excellence they are known for. Does your tree have premature defoliation? Would you like a continuing tree health care maintenance plan to protect your trees? No matter what your tree care needs are, the ISA certified arborist has the knowledge and experience to provide you with the tree care you need and desire!
Dallas-Fort Worth Tree Care
Healthy trees greatly enhance your residential grounds and increase your property value tremendously. Maintaining the health of your living investments prevents the unwanted high expenses associated with tree removal, treating serious diseases or replacing dead trees. There are important treatments we offer that not only maintain the health of your trees but also increase their health and disease resistance.
- TREE HEALTH ASSESSMENT
An ISA certified arborist examines the tree and determines the specific nutrients the tree requires to ensure its health remains strong.
- DEEP ROOT FERTILIZATION
The specific nutrients the tree requires are injected under pressure into the tree’s root structure. The tree’s disease-resistance is increased.
- ROOT PRUNING
Often trees planted in containers or small spaces develop twisted root structures. This process prevents girdled roots from developing.
- TREE GROWTH REGULATORS
Frequently, mature trees or tree varieties that grow quickly don’t develop a root structure strong enough to support their size.
- SICK TREES
When sick trees do not receive proper treatment as soon as the ailment manifests, the trees are more likely to suffer serious damage and possibly be destroyed.
- TREE PESTS AND DISEASE
Protecting the health of your trees is the proactive way to prevent serious destruction from insect pests and tree diseases from occurring.
Deep Root Fertilization
Lawn fertilization rarely provides adequate minerals and nutrients the tree needs. The soil in residential areas is frequently compacted from construction activity and is nutrient-deficient. With deep root fertilization, a highly-skilled tree expert injects the specific liquid minerals and nutrients the tree requires into its root zone. The injected oxygen provides soil aeration and eliminates soil compaction. Trees that receive this important treatment annually are 95% more disease resistant and develop strong root systems.
Tree Disease Treatment
Healthy trees have a natural resistance against many diseases. However, stress can weaken even a healthy tree and cause it to become more susceptible to serious pathogens. Uncontrollable issues such as high winds, thunderstorms, hail or drought conditions can greatly weaken a tree. Working with an experienced tree company to ensure your trees remain healthy is always the best approach to prevent the many serious tree diseases that are common throughout our areas.
- Texas Root Rot
This deadly fungal disease destroys root systems and insects more than 2000 tree and plant varieties. After symptoms begin to manifest, the tree dies within a few weeks.
Usually caused by iron-deficient soil, leaves that deprived of chlorophyll turn pale whitish-yellow. Click here to learn more about Chlorosis and the harmful effects.
- Brown Rot
This fungal pathogen thrives in excess moisture and decays the roots of pit-centered fruit trees. Click here to learn more about Brown Rot and the treatments.
- Bacterial Leaf Scorch
Leaves that appear burned have been infected by this bacterial tree ailment.
- Dutch Elm
Elm varieties are targeted by this deadly vascular pathogen that prevents the tree from dispersing water and nutrients throughout its structure. Its destruction has spread rapidly throughout Texas and is continuing to increase.
Also known as heart rot, it destroys the tree’s vascular system, causing the tree topple over and become a threat to life and property. Mushroom-shaped structures at the tree’s baseline are indicative of this lethal fungal disease.
- Leaf Spot
Unsightly black spots covering tree foliage are caused by a group of bacterial and fungal pathogens.
- Powdery Mildew
When your trees and plants appear as if they’ve been sprinkled with flour, they’ve been infected by this swift-spreading fungal disease.
Black hook-like curled ends on pome fruit trees are the result of infection by this fungal pathogen.
Oak Wilt Treatment
Tree doctors are aggressive in combating this lethal fungal pathogen that has destroyed millions of oak trees in Texas. Majestic Shumard red oaks are its preferred target; however, all oak varieties are in danger of its destruction. Oak wilt destroys the tree’s plant cells that enable it to adequately disperse water and nutrients from its roots and throughout its structure. Infected oaks can die within six months. To protect your prized oak it’s essential to contact an experienced tree company and take protective measures to protect the tree’s health. If you suspect your oak tree is declining, contact a tree doctor immediately!
Insect pests are annoying nuisances to have to deal with. Left untreated, insect infestations can expeditiously overtake your entire outdoor residence, destroy trees and plants and even invade your home. Our tree doctors have extensive experience in treating and eliminating the insect problems that are common in the DFW metroplex area. Early treatment is necessary to stop destructive insects before they inflict serious damage on your trees and plants.
- PINE BARK BEETLES
When your pine trees exhibit needle discoloration, needle loss and flaking bark it indicates infestation.
Primarily infesting fir tree varieties, these deceptive insects create small cone-shaped bags laced with leaves.
- EMERALD ASH BORERS
Vibrant green in color, these beetles destroy ash trees by halting the dispersion of nutrients through the tree’s vascular system.
Disgusting white filmy bags strewn throughout tree branches are evidence of these worms that hide within bags while destroying tree foliage.
ISA Certified Arborist
We are proud that our family owned and locally operated arbor care company has been providing professional tree care to our community for over 25 years. Our licensed and insured tree doctors, arbor care experts and ISA certified arborists have extensive knowledge and experience and are committed to providing the treatments, service and proactive health care you desire for your trees. Call us today at (817) 697-2884 and schedule a free consultation with our tree care specialist!