What's Bugging Your Trees?
Pests and disease can threaten your tree and landscape health, as well as cause unsightly problems. But if you don't know exactly what's causing the problem, how can you solve it?
Proper Diagnosis is Key
Proper diagnosis of tree health problems involves close examination of the situation.
Our Certified Arborists use the leading resources at hand to diagnose the issues. They'll then offer you the best options for treatments.
Sometimes the best treatment is to simply leave the tree alone. Other times it involves spraying or injecting the tree with chemicals (we use organic treatments whenever possible), pruning out affected branches, or even removing the tree altogether.
Since appropriate treatment varies depending on the diagnosis, it's critical to be confident that you know exactly what the problem is before you start treating your trees.
If you believe your trees/shrubs are suffering from a pest and/or disease problem, please call us at 440-564-1374.
Don't wait until the tree is in serious decline before taking steps to keep it healthy.
Keep Trees Healthy With PHC
We offer a customized Plant Health Care Program to keep your trees healthy. One of our specialists will regularly and closely monitor your landscape for any signs of pests or disease so we can take immediate action if anything happens.
Learn more about our Plant Health Care Program here >>
Request a Free Inspection
Give us a call at 440-564-1374 or click below to set up a time for us to inspect your trees for a free estimate.
Mid-March through mid-April - Overwintering pests and their eggs on evergreens, such as rhododendrons, spruce trees, hollies, pine trees, and azaleas.
April through June – Apple scab, anthracnose mildew, rust, and other fungal diseases on crab apples, lilacs, hawthorns, dogwoods, and magnolias
April through July - Emerald Ash Borer treatment
Late May through July - Early emerging pests, such as leaf miners, lace bugs and the viburnum leaf beetle
May to September - Japanese beetle, aphid and summer mite
August – Dutch Elm Disease and/or Oak Wilt
September through November – Fall fertilization for trees and shrubs that weren’t fertilized in spring
November – Anti-desiccant for broad leaf evergreens
Providing Diagnosis & Treatment of Tree Pests and Disease Problems in: Auburn • Aurora • Bainbridge • Beachwood • Bedford • Bedford Heights • Bentleyville • Bratenahl • Burton • Chagrin Falls • Chardon • Chester • Chesterland • Cleveland • Cleveland Heights • Euclid • Gates Mills • Highland Heights • Highland Hills • Hiram • Hunting Valley • Huntsburg • Kirtland • Lyndhurst • Mantua • Mayfield Heights • Mayfield Village • Mentor • Middlefield • Moreland Hills • Newbury • Novelty • Orange • Orange Village • Pepper Pike • Richmond • Richmond Heights • Russell • Shaker Heights • Solon • South Euclid • South Russell • Twinsburg • University Heights • Walton Hills • Warrensville Heights • Wickliffe • Willoughby • Woodmere