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Certified Arborist in Fort Worth, TX.

The International Society of Arboriculture requires years of extensive tree care experience and administers rigid tests to become an ISA certified arborist.  Our ISA certified arborists are devoted to providing the care your trees deserve.  If you have sick trees, dead branches, insect infestations or a desire to have a personalized care program developed to maintain your tree’s health our family of tree care specialists will address all of your tree care needs! 

Dallas-Fort Worth Tree Care

Trees are important investments that add value to your property and enhance your residence.  Maintaining their health prevents the costly expenses associated with dead trees and tree replacement, as well as eliminating the worries of treating insect problems and destructive tree diseases.  There are proactive ways to ensure your trees always remain in the best of health.

  • TREE HEALTH ASSESSMENT 

    A examination of the tree reveals if the tree is nutrient deficient and what measures need to be taken to boost the tree’s health and prevent diseases from occurring.

  • DEEP ROOT FERTILIZATION 

    The tree is provided the specific nutrients it requires by injecting them directly into its root system.  Compacted soil is rectified by soil aeration. 

  • ROOT PRUNING 

    Trees planted in tight spaces may develop girdled roots that constrict the tree.  Root pruning prevents stunted tree growth from occurring due to girdled roots.

  • TREE GROWTH REGULATORS 

    By boosting the density of the tree’s root structure, a tree growth regulator (TGR) increases the tree’s resistance to unwanted insect infestations and tree disease.

  • SICK TREES 
    We provide the necessary treatments to battle the numerous tree diseases that are common in the DFW metroplex area.
  • TREE PESTS AND DISEASE
    Do not hesitate in having treatment administered when you first observe insect pests or suspect your tree’s health is declining.  

Deep Root Fertilization

A tree care specialist injects the specific nutrients needed by the tree directly into its root system.  This important treatment, administered annually, ensures the tree maintains adequate root growth and a robust vascular structure.  Trees that receive deep root fertilization are more resistant to diseases and insect infestation.  In addition, compacted soil is rectified by soil aeration that this process provides.

Tree Disease Treatment

Stress is the primary cause for a tree to become weak and more vulnerable to diseases.  Many uncontrollable factors can inflict stress upon a tree such as hail, freezing temperatures, drought-like conditions, and turbulent storms.  Healthy trees have a stronger resistance to the numerous common diseases that include the following:

  • Seiridium Canker
    Leyland cypress trees and other arborvitae are endangered by this pathogen that renders targeted branches brown amongst green branches on the same tree.
  • Sudden Oak Death
    This water mold pathogen spreads rapidly by splashing rain and winds and kills oak trees quickly.
  • Phytophthora
    Roots structures rot and are decimated by this fungus that thrives in soil with poor drainage.
  • Leaf Spot
    Numerous destructive bacterial and fungal microorganisms cause aesthetically displeasing black spots that cover foliage. 
  • Bacterial Slime Flux
    This irritating tree disease targets tree wounds and produce fermented sap that leaks down the tree and emits a foul odor.
  • Powdery Mildew
    Infiltrating the residential grounds swiftly, this fungus causes white dusty spots to cover tree and plant leaves. Click here to learn about Powdery Mildew!
  • Hypoxylon Canker
    Targeting oak trees and shade varieties, this dreaded fungal disease will lead to the tree’s death swiftly if treatment is not administered at the beginning of the tree’s decline.
  • Fire Blight
    Black curled leaves and new growth tips are caused by this fungal pathogen that infects fruit trees with pit-centered fruit.
  • Bacterial Leaf Scorch
    Brown dead leaf edges and irregular brown spots on foliage are caused by this bacterial tree disease. 

Oak Wilt Treatment

Texas has suffered the loss of millions of oak trees due to this deadly fungal disease that spreads quickly.  Stately Shumard red oak trees are a favored target of this tree destroyer, as are many popular oak tree varieties.  When battling oak wilt there is no time to lose and treatment should be administered at the beginning signs of a sick tree.  We provide the necessary treatment to battle this oak tree nemesis.

Pest Control

North Texas has many common insect problems that our certified arborists and tree doctors encounter frequently.  Many of these insects swiftly overtake the habitat grounds and can cause tree death if left untreated.  The following destructive insects are some that our tree experts are continuously administering treatments for:  

  • WEBWORMS

    White webs that fill tree branches quickly turn grounds into a mess caused by worms that hide inside while eating the tree’s leaves.

  • LACE BUGS 
  • These sheer-winged tiny beetles infest oaks, ash, willows, and many other tree varieties and can destroy a tree if left untreated.

  • APHIDS
    These rapidly-reproducing insects siphon fluids from foliage and appear as tiny bumps clustered on leaves and stems.
  • WOOD BORERS
    The early stage of infestation, the larvae enter through the tree’s bark and eating winding tunnels through the core wood.
  • SPIDER MITES

    These heat-loving microscopic insects overtake the habit grounds quickly and feed upon nutrients in tree and plant leaves.

  • SCALE INSECTS
    Often unnoticed because these insects appear as pea-sized bumps that don’t move once they attach themselves to leaves.

ISA Certified Arborist

Here at Truly Arbor Care, our tree doctors, ISA certified arborists and family of experienced tree care experts are dedicated to providing the tree care needs for our Fort Worth residents.  We are experienced in treating and eliminating unwanted tree diseases and insect problems and ensuring your trees remain healthy for years to come! Contact us at (817) 697-2884 for your free consultation!