Here at Arborist USA, we are aggressive in battling a deadly tree disease that is spreading quickly throughout our region and the state of Texas! Our owner and ISA Certified Arborist, tree doctor, tree care professionals, and plant pathologist are encountering this lethal tree disease in record-breaking numbers! For more than three decades, our family-owned tree service company has provided superior quality tree care services to fine residents throughout our region! If you observe that your valuable trees seem to be declining in health, contact us immediately at (817) 880-6130 and schedule your complimentary consultation with our owner and highly-trained tree care expert!

The Trees On My Property Are Dying Quickly! What Can Be Causing This?

Our tree care professionals are battling deadly fungal pathogens that are destroying trees quickly! Several serious fungal pathogens destroy your trees extremely fast! Listed below are two very serious fungal tree diseases that will kill your trees if you do not act quickly:

  • Anthracnose – Not only does this serious fungal pathogen spread swiftly and targets many oak tree varieties, but it also targets a myriad of popular tree varieties including maple, elm, dogwood, walnut, and many others! Anthracnose thrives in the cool, damp weather of early spring. Once your tree is infected, it will exhibit premature defoliation, a thinning canopy, leaf deformities, and discoloration ranging from tan to brownish-black. Anthracnose rarely will kill your entire tree; however, the visual damage is unsightly! If you notice your trees exhibiting these symptoms, call Arborist USA at (817)880-6130 and request a diagnostic evaluation of your trees!
  • Oak Wilt – This deadly fungal pathogen primarily targets oak trees! In addition to Texas, millions of majestic oak trees throughout the United States have been destroyed by this deadly fungal pathogen! Our tree experts throughout Texas are encountering this deadly fungal tree disease frequently because this serious fungal tree disease causes severe damage and destruction to the eye-catching oak trees throughout established neighborhoods! The stately Shumard red oak is a preferred target, as well as live oak trees. No oak tree variety is safe from this deadly fungal tree disease! If your valuable tree is infected, your tree will exhibit premature defoliation, a thinning canopy, and leaf discolorations ranging from yellow shades to dark brown tones. This deadly fungal tree disease kills quickly! It is extremely important to contact Arborist USA immediately at (817)880-6130 when you observe that the health of your valuable tree appears to be declining!

How Can I Prevent These Tree Diseases From Infecting All Of My Trees?

To guard and protect your trees from deadly fungal pathogens, a proactive approach is key! It is of high importance that you protect the health of your valuable trees, as it will increase the resistance that your trees have to deadly fungal tree diseases! Often, prompt removal and destruction of dead and infected trees by our experienced tree service company are essential! Infected wood must also be removed and destroyed! Always have your lawn care performed by our experienced tree service company, as we will make certain that your trees are never wounded accidentally! As your trees are extremely valuable, protect them by having Arborist USA administer fungicides by using methods such as trunk injections, systemic micro injections, or macro infusion injections. Arborist USA will provide you with a one-year warranty for these types of treatments! Your trees are valuable living investments and greatly increase the value of your home and your property! Contact Arborist USA at (817)880-6130 and schedule your complimentary consultation with our owner and ISA Certified Arborist and our tree care professionals!

What Indication Will My Trees Exhibit?

As stated above, premature defoliation, a thinning canopy, leaf deformities, and extreme color changes will be exhibited by your infected trees! Contact Arborist USA immediately at (817) 880-6130 and request your free consultation with our owner and ISA Arborist!

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