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Certified Arborist in Johnson County, TX.

Here at Truly Arbor Care, your trees and your outdoor environment are important to us! Our knowledgeable, experienced staff of arbor care professionals are devoted to providing you with all the services that your trees and plants require to keep them in the best of health. 

Are you pondering what to do with dead trees? Is bark falling off your statement tree? No matter if you need regular services such as tree pruning or desire tree removal, we are here to eliminate all of your concerns! Our tree experts are available for a free consultation by calling us at (817) 697-2884.

Dallas-Fort Worth Tree Care

We are passionate about caring for and preserving the health of the trees for the residents of our community.  Family owned and locally operated for over 25 years, there is no service that our TDA tree doctors, tree experts, and certified arborists cannot provide.  In addition, we are fully insured and bonded for your added security and confidence.  We value and respect your trees and plants as if they were our own!

  • TREE HEALTH ASSESSMENT 

    An ISA certified arborist examines the tree to determine its vulnerability to diseases and the nutrients the tree needs to remain in robust health.

  • DEEP ROOT FERTILIZATION 

    The tree’s immunity is boosted tremendously when a tree expert injects the specific nutrients the tree requires directly into its root zone.

  • ROOT PRUNING 

    The arbor care professional prunes curled tree roots regularly to prevent destructive girdled roots from developing.

  • SICK TREES 

    Early treatment administered by a tree doctor is essential to ensure that the tree’s health is restored quickly and that serious damage does not occur.

  • TREE PEST AND DISEASES 

    Enlisting the services of a tree care specialist promptly is the best way to halt the damage that tree pests and diseases can cause.

  • TREE GROWTH REGULATORS

    Administered by a tree expert, tree growth regulators increase the tree’s root density and its disease resistance.

Deep Root Fertilization

Many people mistakenly assume that topical lawn fertilization is sufficient.  Grass absorbs the nutrients and little nutrition remains for the trees.  With this important treatment, the tree expert injects the specific nutrients that the tree requires directly into its root zone below the grassroots. This stimulates the tree’s vitality and root growth making the tree 95% more resistant to disease when this is administered annually. Compacted soil can restrict roots but deep root fertilization aerates the soil and eliminates that problem.

Tree Disease Treatment

Healthy trees naturally have resistance against diseases but stress can cause a healthy tree to become weak and vulnerable to destructive pathogens.  Our highly-skilled arbor care professionals have expert knowledge of the tree diseases common throughout our area and extensive experience in administering the necessary treatments to eliminate them and restore the health of your trees.

  • Oak Wilt Targeting oak trees, this deadly tree disease has killed millions of oaks throughout Texas. It is of prime importance to contact an experienced tree company immediately if you suspect your oak tree is declining in health.
  • Hypoxylon Canker Thriving in hot summer weather, this deadly fungal pathogen targets oak trees and can cause the tree’s death quickly.
  • Seiridium Canker Leyland cypress and other fir varieties develop random brown branches when infected by this serious fir tree disease.
  • Brown Rot Pome fruit trees have decayed roots when they are infected by this fungal disease that thrives in excessively moist soil.
  • Anthracnose This lethal fungal disease causes leaves to develop brown misshapen blotches and die. Learn more about the effects Anthracnose can cause.
  • Powdery Mildew White powdery spots on tree foliage and plant leaves are caused by this rapid-spreading fungus. Get Powdery Mildew treatment from a certified arborist.
  • Phytophthora Caused by poor soil drainage, this fungal disease thrives in water and moisture and destroys the root structures of trees.
  • Leaf Spot Unsightly black spots and blotches on tree foliage are caused by bacterial and fungal pathogens. Click here to learn more about the effects of Leaf Spot on your trees.
  • Root Rot Decayed tree roots are caused by excessive soil moisture and compacted soil. Learn more about the effects Root Rot can cause to your trees.
  • Chlorosis Pale yellow leaves are due to a lack of chlorophyll. Chlorosis is primarily due to iron-deficient soil.
  • Fire Blight This fungal disease targets pit-centered fruit trees and cause new shoots and branches to turn black and develop curled hooked ends.
  • Bacterial Slime Flux Targeting tree wounds, this bacterial nemesis causes a strong, rancid-smelling sap to ooze from the wounds and discolor tree bark.

Oak Wilt Treatment

Shumard red oaks are prized for their beauty and towering size; however, they are targeted by this deadly fungal disease that infects all oak varieties as well. This lethal tree disease spreads so rapidly that millions of oak trees in Texas have died as a result of oak wilt infection. Once an oak is infected it can die in less than six months. Contact a certified arborist that treats sick trees immediately if you observe or suspect your tree’s health is declining.

Pest Control

Numerous annoying insects are prevalent in North Texas and our arbor care experts are continuously encountering their destruction. Besides being irritating nuisances that frequently invade our homes as well, insect infestations can swiftly spread throughout residential outdoor grounds and ultimately destroy trees and plants. It is imperative to have treatment administered by a tree doctor when you first observe insects on your trees and grounds in order to eliminate them before they cause excessive damage.

  • COTTONWOOD BORERS
    Infesting primarily cottonwood, poplar, and willow trees, these large black and ivory beetles invade the root system.
  • WEBWORMS 
    Webworms spin white webbed bags so they can hide inside from bird predators while they eat the tree’s leaves.
  • BAGWORMS
    These insidious insects create small cones from leaf and bark pieces and hide inside while they eat fir tree needles.
  • SPIDER MITES
    Tiny bite marks and silky webbing on leaves are indicative of these microscopic pests. Spider mites reproduce rapidly.
  • WOOD BORERS 
    Invading the tree through its bark, these destructive larvae eat elaborate curved tunnels through the tree’s core wood.
  • APHIDS 
    Aphids are a serious insect problem, as they reproduce swiftly and extract nutrients from tree foliage and plant leaves.

ISA Certified Arborist

Not everyone can become an ISA certified arborist! The International Society of Arboriculture requires years of experience in the arbor care industry, the completion of demanding tests and compliance with their standards of excellence. 

Our certified arborists have trained and worked in Texas for many years and are highly familiar with the weather, soil conditions and unwanted afflictions that trees in Texas face. These skilled tree care professionals have the experience and expertise to address all of your tree care concerns and answer any questions you may have.