Preventative Tree Spraying
Maintaining plants and trees health goes a long way in your home’s yard décor. Preventing damage to your plants, bushes and trees by spraying early.
Hemlock Woolly Adelgid
The Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (Adelges tsugae) is a small, aphid-like insect that threatens the health of all species of hemlocks. If gone untreated, the Hemlocks will begin to die off. Help protect your Hemlocks by getting them sprayed today. More Information on Hemlock Woolley Adelgid.
Winter Moth Caterpillars
Caterpillars are cute growing up until you realize they are eating and damaging the leaves on your trees. Trees and plants use their leaves to bring in the nutrients of the sun to use during photosynthesis. Your trees will not be the only ones to suffer if prevention or treatment does not occur. As caterpillars grow, they will drop from your trees into your plant beds, the caterpillars will begin to fed on your perennials. More Information on Winter Moth Caterpillars.
Trees at Risk:
Maples, Oaks, Cherries, Ash, Elms, Linden, Crabapple, Apple and other deciduous trees
Prevent and protect yourselves and your loved ones from diseases that are carried by ticks. As a home owner you can help prevent your homes area from being infected by ticks by keeping yor yard clear of long grass, weeds, over grown hedges and other debris. It is reccomended in heavily infested areas that a Certified Arborist spray a residual pesticide that will help reduce and prevent ticks in your yard. Northeast Tree's arborists will concentrate on the areas most likely to harbor ticks such as along paths, trails, property lines, and fences. We apply your first application in the early spring to reduce the larvae and nymphs.