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Tree Injections

In the past, plant care companies had limited options when treating larger, more mature trees declining from tree diseases or insect infestation. Now, with the help of innovative technology, there are alternative treatment methods. The tree trunk injection is the wave of the future, and it's a safer, more efficient treatment process than the traditional spray method. This technology gives the certified arborist the capability to insert the desired treatment directly into the vascular layer of the tree, allowing the natural uptake through its xylem vascular tissue and doing away with any threat. This method is quickly becoming the most popular method of treatment for larger trees in both residential and urban areas. Plus, by teaming up with Arbor Jet, Mauget and Tree Tech, leaders in trunk injection equipment and chemicals, Arbor Care can diagnose and treat specific tree diseases.

Pesticide Injection

Some pests like Emerald Ash Borers, Pine Bark Beetles, and Ambrosia Beetles get into the bark and suck or eat the vascular cambium layer of the tree. Injecting the systemic insecticide into the vascular tissue of the tree kills the pests within and can set a barrier for future pests that prevents re-entry.

Fungicide Injection

Like humans, trees are susceptible to infection. Whether from climate, pests or unstable root structures, a diseased tree needs specific treatment. Most diseases such as Root Rot, Anthracnose, Sudden Oak Death, and Shot Hole can be cured with a specially formulated fungicide injection.

Iron Deficiency Injection

When trees or shrubs have an iron deficiency, they can become susceptible to iron chlorosis. This condition is easily recognizable due to the leaves turning yellow or white and possibly having scorch burn around the edges. Injecting an iron enrichment treatment will provide the tree with the proper nutrients and eliminate the deficiency altogether.

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