Tree Health Care

 
General Tree Spray
Irrigation AssocationProtects against disease such as scab, rust, powdery mildew and insects aphids, leaf hoppers, and tent caterpillars. Trees are sprayed three times a year beginning at leaf emergence and then in 4 to 6 week intervals. read more...
 
Cooley Spruce Gall
Irrigation AssocationProtects the Colorado, Norway and White Spruce. Sprayed in early spring to make contact with trees buds. read more...
 
Diplodia Tip Blight
Irrigation AssocationProtects the Austrian, Scotch and Red Pines. This two application process is sprayed in early spring to make contact with trees buds then again two weeks later. read more...
 
Birch Tree Injection
Irrigation AssocationProtect your birch trees against Birch Leaf Miner and Bronze Birch Borer. This product is injected into the soil or trunk depending on the timing or the application. read more...
 
Needle Cast
Irrigation AssocationProtects Spruce and Douglas Fir. Two spray applications are applied first when new growth opens up and needles are visible then the second application is applied approximately 2 weeks later when needles are 1 to 2" long. read more...
 
Dormant Oil Spray
Irrigation AssocationThis horticultural oil is sprayed on foliage and bark of infested trees and shrubs to smother insect eggs and scale insects. read more...
 
Scale Insect Spray
Irrigation AssocationSprayed on foliage and bark of trees and shrubs infested with scale crawlers in June or mid-July. read more...
 
Pine Shoot Borer
Irrigation AssocationProtects the Austrian, Mugo and Scotch Pine. Trees are sprayed in late April. read more...
 
Sawfly Larvae
Irrigation AssocationProtects Scotch, Austrian, and Mugo Pines. Foliage is sprayed in late spring to early summer. read more...
 
Gypsy Moth
Irrigation AssocationGypsy moth can feed on leaves of more than 300 species of trees and shrubs. Favorites include oaks, aspens, birches, lindens, sweetgum, crabapples, hawthorns, mountain ash, and willows. read more...
 
Pin Oak Iron Injections
Irrigation AssocationThe most common micronutrient deficiencies seen in pin oak are marked by pale green or yellow leaves, with veins that remain green. As the deficiency continues, new growth is stunted, branches may die back, and the margins and interveinal areas of leaves may become brown. In severe cases, the entire tree may decline over several years and die. The trunk is injected in late April to early Spring with Iron. read more...
 
Emerald Ash Borer Injections
Irrigation AssocationProtects Green and White Ash trees from Emerald Ash Borer. Injections into the soil or trunk are made based on timing and site condition. read more...
 
Elm Tree Spray
Irrigation AssocationProtects against Elm Leaf Beetle. Sprayed on the leaf surface, bark and the ground under the trees drip line in mid-June. read more...

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