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Certified Arborist in Hurst, TX.

At Truly Arbor Care, our family owned and locally operated experienced tree care company has been serving our community for over 25 years.  Our ISA certified arborists and tree doctors have extensive experience and adhere to the strict guidelines established by the International Society of Arboriculture.  Do you have sick trees?  Is your tree’s bark falling?  Do you desire tree care and plant health care program to ensure your residence remains beautiful?  No matter what your needs are, our experienced professionals are qualified and eager to provide you with the care you need and deserve!

Dallas-Fort Worth Tree Care

Enacting a tree care maintenance program to ensure the health of your trees is always the best way to protect your lovely investments from damaging diseases and insect problems.  The cost of removal of dead trees and tree replacement is far greater than ensuring your trees always remain in excellent health.  Trees dramatically increase your property value! 


    Analyzing the health status of your trees enables us to make certain their nutritional needs are met and their health is robust.


    Annual injections of the tree’s nutrient requirements directly into its root zone ensure the tree’s root structure and vascular system remain strong.


    Root pruning protects the tree’s growth from being stunted due to girdled roots that constrict the trunk. Click here for more info!


    It’s important to be sure the tree’s root system can support the tree as it grows.  Tree growth regulators increase the root density, and more resistant to disease.

    Early treatment prevents the disease from progressing and causing serious damage to the tree. Click here for more info!
    Do not hesitate to have your ailing trees treated promptly.  When treatment is administered in the early stages of infection the damage will be lessened.

Deep Root Fertilization

Residential soil is often lacking the nutrients a tree needs.  Soil can be compacted from construction and filler dirt is often used.  This important tree health treatment administered by a highly-skilled tree care expert injects the specific nutrients the tree requires directly into its root zone.  The soil is aerated from this process and problems associated with compacted soil are eliminated.  Administered annually, trees are 95% stronger and healthier and are much less likely to be inflicted with the disease.

Tree Disease Treatment

Healthy trees have stronger resistance against destructive pathogens but stress can greatly weaken a tree and render it vulnerable to tree disease.  Construction projects within close vicinity of the tree and turbulent weather conditions can cause a healthy tree to become stressed and weak.  There are many diseases common throughout the DFW area.   

  • Bacterial Leaf Scorch
    Leaves that have dark brown areas or crisp brown edges have been infected by this bacterial assailant.
  • Seiridium Canker
    Mature Leyland Cypress trees and other fir varieties are frequently invaded by this pathogen that causes branches to randomly turn brown and die.
  • Leaf Spot
    Black spots covering your tree’s leaves are caused by numerous bacterial and fungal agents.
  • Fire Blight
    Cured black branch tips and leaves on pome fruit trees are the results of invasion by this fungal disease.
  • Bacterial Slime Flux
    Invading tree cankers, this disease causes ill-smelling liquid to drizzle from tree wounds and cause unsightly streaks on the tree’s bark.
  • Sudden Oak Death
    Destroying oak trees exceptionally fast, this water mold disease is easily spread by rain and wind.
  • Powdery Mildew
    Those white spots all over your tree and plant leaves are caused by this quick-spreading fungal destroyer.
  • Chlorosis
    Usually caused by iron-deficient soil, chlorosis turns leaves pale yellow due to the lack of chlorophyll.
  • Ganoderma
    This deadly, incurable fungal pathogen literally eats away at the tree from the inside. Also know as heart rot, a severely infected tree can topple over from high winds. 

Oak Wilt Treatment

This serious oak tree fungal disease is so destructive that millions of oak trees in Texas alone have died from this pathogen.  Statuesque Shumard red oaks are not only beautiful but are the preferred target of this lethal fungal nemesis.  No oak variety is immune to this quick-spreading ailment that prevents the tree from distributing adequate water and nutrients throughout its structure.  Contact an arborist that treats sick trees immediately if you suspect your oak tree’s health is jeopardized.

Pest Control

Our ISA certified arborists and tree doctors frequently encounter the numerous insect pests that are common in North Texas.  Without treatment, these insect nuisances can not only overtake your entire residence, but they often cause the death of trees and plants.


    Entering the tree through its bark, these larvae eat winding tunnels throughout the tree’s inner core and destroy the tree if not treated.

  • Those ghastly white webs filling your tree branches are spun by worms that eat the tree’s foliage and hide within these web nests.


    Tiny holes in leaves and fine webbing on their underside are caused by these microscopic rapid-spreading pests.


    These beetles only invade ash trees and destroy their vascular system, causing thinning foliage and death to the tree if not treated.


    Those unsightly bumps covering your leaves are clusters of these tiny insects that extract nutrients from foliage.


    These deceptive insects hide inside cone-shaped bags laced with leaves and bark and kill the tree if they are not removed and destroyed.

ISA Certified Arborist

At Truly Arbor Care, our family of experienced arbor care professionals is able to provide the tree care services you desire and need.  Our four tree doctors and ISA certified arborists not only have extensive experience in administering necessary treatments but are adept at customizing the perfect maintenance health care program for your trees and landscape!  Call us today at (817) 697-2884!


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