Tree Insect & Disease Control

There are multiple disease and insects that can negatively affect trees. The type and amount depend on the tree type and the care that it is receiving. 

It is not practical to treat fungus diseases within full-grown trees due to their maturity and size. Younger tree diseases can be prevented and controlled though by using a regular fungicide treatment. 

Insect pests that are common to shrubs include aphids, whiteflies, scale, leaf miners, leafhoppers, and a host of borers. Insect pests can damage shrubs both directly and they can carry disease within the plants system itself. Control these insects using an insecticidal soap, neem oil, pyrethrin, or other insect sprays. Be sure the spray will not damage your tree any further.