For more than three decades, Arborist USA has provided superior quality tree care services to the fine residents throughout our region! Our family-owned company has encountered, diagnosed, and successfully treated live oak tree diseases a multitude of times! As you know, the majority of homeowners and business owners do not have the skills and experience necessary to accurately diagnose and treat an ailing live oak tree, so you are not alone! Our owner and ISA Certified Arborist, tree doctor, tree care professionals, and plant pathologist are here for you and able to successfully diagnose and treat your valuable live oak tree! Contact Arborist USA today at (817) 880-6130 and request your complimentary consultation with our owner and highly-trained tree care expert!
My Live Oak Tree Is Not Looking Healthy. How Do I Know If My Live Oak Tree Has A Serious Tree Disease?
Be proactive! Without a doubt, the only way to be certain as to if your valuable oak tree has a serious tree disease is to contact Arborist USA immediately at (817)880-6130 and request an official tree health assessment and a diagnosis! Your live oak tree will be thoroughly examined by our owner and ISA Certified Arborist. Our tree doctor will officially determine the reason why your live oak tree appears to be declining in health and exhibiting an unhealthy appearance! Remember, your live oak trees are extremely valuable and it is of utmost importance to do all that is needed to ensure that they are healthy and strong! Do not delay in having your live oak tree examined! If your prized oak tree is indeed suffering from a serious tree disease, you do not have time to lose! Treatment must begin immediately!
Are There Serious Tree Diseases That Can Cause My Live Oak Tree To Look Sick?
Definitely! You know how healthy in appearance your oak tree generally looks! Do not ignore any changes in appearance that your prized oak tree exhibits! Live oak trees that are suffering from a serious tree disease tend to exhibit common symptoms that make it exceptionally obvious that they are declining in health! The following symptoms tend to be exhibited by live oak trees that are declining in health and suffering from a serious tree disease! Be aware of these symptoms, as some live oak tree ailments are lethal! It is extremely important that you contact Arborist USA immediately at (817)880-6130 when you first begin to notice that your valuable live oak tree seems to be declining in health! Remember, if your live oak tree has a serious tree disease, the sooner that you have your oak tree diagnosed, the greater your chances are that your valuable live oak tree will survive!
- Oak Wilt – Stay on the watch for this very serious live oak tree disease! Millions of stately live oak trees throughout the United States have been destroyed by this lethal fungal pathogen! Unfortunately, tree care experts throughout Texas are encountering oak wilt frequently, as this deadly tree disease is causing severe damage and destruction to the statement-making live oak trees throughout established Texas neighborhoods! Oak wilt prefers to target live oak trees and the majestic Shumard red oak; however, no oak tree variety is safe from this deadly tree disease! If your live oak tree has been infected by oak wilt, your live oak tree will exhibit a thinning canopy, premature defoliation, and discoloration in the leaves ranging from yellow shades to dark brownish-black! This deadly live oak tree disease kills swiftly! It is extremely important to contact Arborist USA immediately at (817)880-6130 when you notice that the health of your live oak tree seems to be declining!
- Anthracnose – In addition to infecting live oak trees and a myriad of oak tree varieties, this deadly fungal pathogen spread swiftly and also targets a myriad of popular tree varieties including maple, dogwood, walnut, and elm. Be on the watch because anthracnose usually strikes and thrives in the early spring cool, damp weather conditions. Trees that are infected will exhibit premature defoliation, and thinning canopy and leaf discoloration ranging from tan to brownish-black. It is unusual for anthracnose to destroy your live oak tree; however, the visual damage is unsightly! Call Arborist USA at (817)880-6130 immediately when you observe that your live oak tree is manifesting these symptoms or when you suspect that your live oak tree may be suffering from a serious tree disease!
- Bacterial Leaf Scorch – This deadly, incurable bacterial tree disease is common throughout our region and the state of Texas! Unfortunately, it not only infects live oak trees but a variety of popular oak tree varieties! If your live oak tree has been infected, it will exhibit premature defoliation and necrosis of the leaves. First, the leaves on your live oak tree will turn brown. Eventually, the browning will spread to the center of the leaves and the live oak tree foliage will die! You must maintain the health of your live oak tree for your live oak tree to remain healthy and to prevent your live oak tree from becoming infected by this destructive pathogen! Contact Arborist USA immediately at (817)880-6130 when your live oak tree appears to be sick and infected with a serious tree disease!
How Do I Find Out If My Live Oak Tree Has A Serious Tree Disease?
Do not delay! Contact Arborist USA immediately at (817)880-6130 and schedule your free consultation with our owner and ISA Certified Arborist! Your live oak tree will be evaluated and you will receive a diagnosis report! The treatment needed to eliminate any serious tree diseases will be determined by our tree doctor!
What Can I Do To Be Certain That My Live Oak Tree Never Gets A Serious Tree Disease?
Entrust the care of your live oak trees, your shrubs, and your residential grounds to Arborist USA! There are many positive tree heath care treatments that we provide to guard and protect the health of your live oak trees! Entrusting the care of your live oak trees and your outdoor grounds to Arborist USA will ensure that your valuable live oak trees will remain strong, healthy, and beautiful! Contact Arborist USA today at (817) 880-6130 and request your free consultation with our owner and highly-trained tree care expert!