Tree Disease Treatment

Tree diseases can destroy our beautiful trees if we do not take action as soon as possible. Since trees can be so valuable in many different ways it makes sense to treat them and save them. Also, tree diseases can spread from one tree to another.

Infestations by insects and tree pests and tree diseases are preventable and treatable. Just give us a call and we can set up a time convenient to you to diagnose your tree problems.

An unhealthy tree is really easy to recognize and not that hard to control the spread of the disease if the tree is treated early and before it starts to spread. The tree usually shows signs that you can see. The most likely indication of a disease in your tree is the change of color of leaves. 

Some other reasons could be:

  • Unhealthy Soil Conditions
  • Tree Soil Contamination
  • Tree Pest Infestations
  • Tree Root Pest Infestation
  • Wrong Tree Watering Schedule
  • Tree Damage From The Monsoons
  • Trees Attacked by Insects or Pests
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We will help you get rid of pests and tree diseases once and for all. Here are some of the most common tree diagnosis and treatments.

Diagnosis for Tree Treatment and Disease Removal

Palo Verdes – Our beautiful green barked trees fill the landscapes around Chandler. It is important that these majestic desert trees are maintained so that they can survive the monsoon seasons and the intense desert environment.  It is not uncommon to see many Palo Verde fallen tree branches around Chandler after any sever windstorm.  A major disease issue with a Palo Verde tree is the Palo Verde Borer. These tree pests are larvae that live underground feeding off the Palo Verde tree root system for years.

Because the tree is harmed or stressed, many other type of pests may attack the tree since it is a wakened state. 

Following is a list of the more common pests and bugs which attack our trees common to our area..

  • Acacia Whitefly
  • Aphids
  • Psyllids
  • Spider Termite
  • Thrip
  • Palo Verde Scale
  • Witches Broom
  • Root Rot