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All applications are auto-renewed for the next year unless otherwise noted.
Dormant oil spray application – a mechanical insecticide that coats over-wintering stages of numerous insects to eliminate spring emergence. Sprayed in the end of Feb. through Apr.
Annual insecticide – an insecticide that is either sprayed or injected one time annually for season long control of numerous insects.
Fungicide applications – contact and systemic fungicides used to control many fungus and disease issues. Sprayed from Feb. through Jun. Usually two to three applications per year per customer.
Contact insecticide applications – an insecticide sprayed through out the season to control insect infestations. One application provides control for 14 to 30 days.
Miticide applications – an insecticide used to control mites and other insects general use insecticides do not control. Two to three applications per year.
Iron macro-infusion – an infusion of iron/magnesium to control deficient loss of nutrients. One treatment lasts up to three years.
Deep root fertilization – a soil injection of nitrogen and other nutrients. Generally done in the fall, sometimes spring.
Growth regulators – special use chemicals used to divert trees energy from growth usage to health and defense. Also protects from some insect and disease issues. One application lasts three years.
Root excavation – careful excavation of some root areas generally to remove girdling roots.
Emerald ash borer treatment – Contact Tree Doctor, Certified Arborist for advice on these valuable trees.