Systemic Treatment is a treatment in which we inject chemical into the root system of the tree, shrub or bush. The purpose of a systemic treatment is to prevent infestation of aphids, Elm beetles, scale and tree borers. We strongly recommend this treatment.
For young or struggling trees, shrubs or bushes we can include a fertilizer with the systemic by doing so it will help boost it's root and growth system. The systemic treatment is applied generally in mid December to the end of February, weather permitting. It takes approximately 45 days for the chemical to be pulled through the root system to the end of the branches. Elm trees, all type of broad leaf trees, rose bushes and conifer trees all benefit from this treatment.
Dormant Oil spray is a treatment in which we spray an oil base product on to your fruit and broadleaf trees. The treatment seals the pores of the tree preventing any eggs from hatching in the bark. This treatment is generally sprayed February to April depending on weather conditions.
Tree Spray is performed when trees, shrubs or roses become infested with aphids, elm leaf beetles, boxelder bugs, and other insects. It is sprayed directly to the tree and leaves to kill the infestation. It can be sprayed as a preventive measure however it will wash off with heavy rains.
We price out per gallon for these treatments and will be glad to come out to give you a free estimate and to answer any questions you might have about our treatments and services.
Your landscape, be it a single rose bush or a large stand of trees is an investment in your property. Protect it with our available treatments. Call now to get on our schedule. 852-7378.
Last Updated (Tuesday, 10 January 2012 16:51)