Certified Arborist in Azle, TX.
The International Society of Arboriculture requires extensive experience and adherence to their rigid standards in order to become an ISA certified arborist. Whether you have a dead tree, are noticing dead branches on your grounds or desire a personalized tree and plant health care maintenance program our tree care experts will provide the treatments and care you need!
Dallas-Fort Worth Tree Care
The benefits of healthful, towering trees are numerous. In addition to gracing your residence and providing cooling shade, they also increase your property value tremendously! Protecting the vitality of your trees boosts their resistance against disease and enables you to avoid the costly expenditures associated with tree removal, replacement of dead trees and battling destructive diseases and pests.
- TREE HEALTH ASSESSMENT
Performed by an ISA certified arborist, the tree’s health condition is examined to ensure the tree remains well, strong and resilient against damaging tree ailments. Get a Free Tree Health Diagnosis from an Arborist.
- DEEP ROOT FERTILIZATION
Necessary minerals and nutrients are injected directly into the tree’s root zone, increasing the tree’s vigor and immunity against diseases. Click here to learn more about the importance of Deep Root Fertilization.
- ROOT PRUNING
When trees are planted in containers or small areas their roots can begin to encircle the tree, girdling it and often destroy it. Root pruning prevents the damage girdled roots inflict upon the tree.
- TREE GROWTH REGULATORS
Tall trees require a strong root structure to support their height and maintain their vitality. The tree’s root density and natural immunity to disease are greatly increased by tree growth regulators.
- SICK TREES
Early treatment is the best way to prevent serious diseases from severely damaging your tree. Contact us when you first observe your tree’s health is declining. Get a certified arborist to diagnose your tree.
- TREE PESTS AND DISEASE
Protecting the health of your trees is the best defense against insect infestations and tree diseases. If you observe or suspect that you are dealing with these bothersome issues then contact a tree care specialist promptly.
Deep Root Fertilization
The soil in residential developments oftentimes has been compacted by construction and is nutrient deficient. This significant treatment injects the specific minerals and nutrients the tree needs directly into its root zone. Administered by a highly-trained arbor care expert, deep root fertilization also injects oxygen into the soil, aerating it and rectifying soil compaction and the damage it can inflict upon tree roots.
Tree Disease Treatment
When a tree’s health is protected, it has a higher resistance against damaging diseases. However, trees can become weak and stressed due to numerous factors such as turbulent weather, inadequate sunlight or accidental wounding. There are numerous diseases our tree doctors and arbor care experts frequently encounter in our service area.
- Texas Root Rot Destroys the root structure and kills the tree within several weeks after visible indications appear.
- Ganoderma Also known as heart rot because it destroys the tree’s vascular system, this deadly fungal pathogen produces mushroom-like growths at the tree’s baseline.
- Seiridum Canker This serious disease causes Leyland cypress and other fir varieties to develop brown, dead branches (called “flagging”) randomly amongst green branches on the same tree.
- Chlorosis Most often attributed to iron-deficient soil, leaves become pale yellow due to the lack of chlorophyll. Click here to learn more about Chlorosis and treatments.
- Sudden Oak Death Killing oak trees swiftly, this water mold pathogen spreads quickly by splashing rain and wind activity. Click here to learn causes of Sudden Oak Death.
- Leaf Spot Foliage covered in unsightly black spots has been infected by the numerous bacterial and fungal organisms that cause leaf spot. Learn the causes and treatments of Leaf Spot disease.
- Bacterial Slime Flux A foul-smelling liquid that streaks tree bark and kills grass at the tree’s baseline seeps from tree wounds when targeted by this bacterial invader.
- Anthracnose Leaves develop brown blotches and die after being infected by this destructive fungal pathogen.
- Powdery Mildew Causing unsightly white powdery spots to cover tree foliage and plants, this fungal disease can quickly overtake the entire residential grounds.
Oak Wilt Treatment
With statuesque Shumard red oaks being the host trees of choice, this swift-spreading deadly fungus infects all oak varieties and has killed millions of oak trees throughout Texas. The infected tree becomes unable to provide nutrients and water throughout its vascular structure and can die within six months after being invaded by oak wilt. If you suspect your oak tree’s health is declining or desire to protect your prized tree from oak wilt destruction, it is urgent to consult with an arborist that treats sick trees.
Many destructive insect pests are common in our area and our tree doctors and certified arborists encounter and treat their damage frequently. Not only are insect infestations unsightly and irritating, but insect pests can infiltrate your entire outdoor grounds and frequently kill trees and plants. Treatment is required as soon as you observe or suspect you have insect problems.
- SCALE INSECTS
These pea-sized bumps thrive during Texas summer heat and siphon nutritional fluids from leaves. Wilted leaves and an overall unhealthy appearance to the infested trees and plants are caused by this insect pest.
- COTTONWOOD BORER
Cottonwood, willow and poplar trees are the preferred targets of these large black and ivory beetles. They invade the tree’s root system and leave holes in the bark and on branches where they’ve invaded the tree.
- SPIDER MITES
Related to arachnids, these rapid-spreading microscopic nuisances inflict tiny bite marks on leaves and fine webs on the underside of foliage. Learn more about the damages Spider Mites can cause to your trees if left untreated.
- WOOD BORERS
These damaging larvae enter through the tree’s bark and then eat elaborate winding tunnels throughout the tree’s core wood.
- These worms hide inside visually unpleasant white webbing while eating tree foliage and protecting themselves from bird predators. Left untreated, they spread through the residential trees quickly.
- EMERALD ASH BORER
Brilliant green in color, these beetles infest only ash trees and destroy the tree’s vascular system. Bark holes and thinning foliage are indicative of their presence.
ISA Certified Arborist
Contact us at (817) 697-2884 and schedule a free consultation with our arbor care professional. We are a family owned and locally operated arbor care company dedicated to providing tree care services to our community for over 25 years!