While there are several examples of small insects that may infest and significantly damage your trees, there are also many that live in or around trees but don’t cause such damage. Some even ride this fence somewhat, creating minor aesthetic issues but not actually damaging any underlying health elements of the tree – and a good example here is a condition called ash flower gall on ash trees.
At Affordable Tree Care, we’re proud to offer a wide range of tree spraying and insect control services for all your trees, in addition to tree trimming and removal services for dead or dying trees. We’ll also inform you of conditions like ash flower gall and whether your trees require treatment – …
While we may still be in the throes of winter for now, spring is quickly approaching – some might even consider it right around the corner. And for diligent tree owners, this means it’s time to consider a few care areas for the trees on your property, namely spring tree fertilization.
At Affordable Tree Care, our arborist services feature a variety of tree spraying and health services, including micro nutrient fertilization we can inject into nearly any tree. Why is spring a beneficial time of year for tree fertilization, particularly for evergreen tree types? Here are some basics on the general benefits of spring fertilization.
Replenishing Vital Nutrients
While trees are self-sustaining in many ways, including their ability …
At Affordable Tree Care, our priority is the health of all the trees on your property. While we do offer services like tree removal when needed, we also offer tree spraying and disease prevention services that will help your trees live a long, healthy life.
In many cases, diseases or major concerns won’t be a risk at all once we’ve provided spraying and other protection. If you haven’t had these services done, however, there could be several signs your trees are giving you that they are unhealthy and require professional arborist care. Let’s go over a few of these major signs, what they might mean and how you should respond to them if you notice them.
If you notice …