There are lots of diseases waiting to attack trees and shrubs around the Centennial area. Cytospora canker attacks aspen, cottonwood, ash, spruce and others. Fireblight attacks apple, crab-apple, pear, peach, and ash. There are multiple diseases threatening every type of tree. They can be spread by birds, wind, rain, insects and a variety of other ways. We train our tree disease control experts in all types of disease identification and treatment, so we can keep your plants in perfect health.
Our tree and shrub maintainer program includes an inspection and evaluation, treatment applications for common diseases and insects, and micro-nutrient and fertilization application. Most trees and shrubs around Centennial benefit from our four-visit program, where we target different potential issues at four different times of year. During each visit, our tree disease treatment professionals inspect all your trees and shrubs so we can catch diseases early and keep those plants disease-free and healthy. Let us keep your plants happy.
Most trees and shrubs benefit from our four-visit program. The first visit early in the year targets insect eggs to prevent hatching. The second visit is in early summer and focuses on controlling aphids and mites. The third visit is in the middle of summer, and targets insects that might damage your plants during the hottest part of the year. The fourth visit in late fall treats your trees and shrubs with vital nutrients not commonly found in Centennial soil.