What Causes Chlorosis? Chlorophyll is the green pigment that is found in leaves that gives them their color. Chlorosis is when a tree becomes unable to manufacture this chlorophyll due to a chemical or environmental factors. The more yellow the leaves the more severe the chlorosis. Why Chlorosis ... Read More » about Chlorosis
The “bags” of a bagworm are constructed by spinning the foliage of the tree with their silk. These bags can often be mistaken with a cone on a conifer. What are Bagworms. They usually feed on the foliage of many conifers but occasionally can be found on deciduous trees. The bagworm damages its ... Read More » about Bagworms
What are Webworms? A defoliation caterpillar, the webworm is related to moths. They usually feed on the foliage of many deciduous trees. The webworm damages its host tree by eating away large quantities of foliage that can cause the branch to die back. This leads to patches of dead branches. In ... Read More » about Webworms
Why Fertilize? The city environment can be hard on any and all plant life. They usually do not get the same nutrients and space to grow than they usually would in a forest environment. A way we can keep your trees healthy is by fertilizing your trees to keep them happy. Fertilizer helps to ... Read More » about Fertilize your trees not just your lawn.