Tree Care: Disease Prevention

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How to Tell If Your Roseville Tree is Sick?

Trees are a beautiful feature of any Roseville landscape. In fact, many people take pride in the growth and spread of their trees and their beauty. When you have made such an investment of time and energy into your trees, you may notice when it starts looking sickly or unlike its usual self. Because trees do catch diseases and can become sick, it’s important to know when your tree is beginning to fade and how you can either stop it or prevent it. In order to know if your tree has a disease, look at the hardwood, the leaves, and the other parts of the trees to see if you find any problems. If there seems to be a problem with the leaves in certain segments and the coloring is off in the trunk, your tree may have a disease. Root decay and root rot can also be a factor in the death of your trees. If you’re noticing dead bits of root on your ground, it is certainly time to do some disease control and prevention for your Roseville trees.

Disease Cures for any Sick Tree in your Rocklin Backyard

Often you will need to enlist the help of a fungicide for your Roseville landscape in order to control diseases spread on your landscape and trees, possibly even your shrubs. Also, tree pruning, fertilization, and a change in water habits can help reduce the infection of your plants within your landscape. We promote landscape design that diminishes landscaping issues and continues to provide your trees with long term health and support. If your tree disease seems to be getting worse rather than better, consulting a local arborist or tree doctor may be an excellent way to ensure the health of your trees. Many times, it takes a professional to reduce these problems.

 

Disease Prevention for Any Landscape Design in Sacramento

Much of the infection of your tree can be traced back to root and soil issues within your trees. Beginning with your soil is an excellent start for tree disease prevention. Fertilization and healthier water habits can help your tree grow strong roots and create immunity to local fungi and disease. Then the spraying of chemical fungicides and organic pesticides can also keep your tree at a healthy state without ever diminishing the appearance of your landscape. Finally, we cannot stress how important it is to keep your landscape drained. We offer a wide selection of drainage installation because nothing promotes tree infections like poor water drainage.

 

For tree advice or to talk about how you can renovate a landscape that promotes tree health, contact us today and get a free estimate and consultation with no strings attached.

 

 

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