Pest & Disease Treatment

Apart from proper sunlight, water and nutrients, you need to provide pest disease treatment for healthy growth of plant and trees. You need to replenish soil moisture loss through evaporation.
You need to control weed germination and growth.
By providing proper ecosystem including earthworms and insects, we ensure balance environment for the growth of plants.
As compare to wild plants and trees, nurseries and homestead plants are more susceptible to pest and disease as they are cultivated in monoculture environment rather than in the multicultural environment. Even same species grow closer together can encourage disease-causing organisms and pests to establish and spread rapidly.
Many plants are bred for their foliage and flowers rather than disease resistance.
and commercial crop production can create environmental conditions that favor particular pathogens and/or pests.
by comprehending the effects of the environment on crops and their potential pest/pathogen, we provide you disease and pest control solution

ELM LEAF BEETLE MANAGEMENT

Please email or call Roots 2 Leaves Tree Services for a quote on Elm Leaf Beetle treatment.

Roots 2 Leaves Tree Services provide a range of services including soil treatment and stem/trunk injection. These treatments generally last three years and we offer a two-year guarantee.

Where possible Roots 2 Leaves Tree Services recommend the use of nonchemical treatments and cultural methods for the management of plant pests and diseases. Where chemicals are used this should be a part of an Integrated Management System.

The person from Roots 2 Leaves Tree Services who treat your tree will be a fully qualified arborist with chemical application certification.

 

Control Of Elm Leaf Beetle (Pyrrhalta luteola)

The most appropriate Elm Beetle control depends on the season, degree of insect infestation, tree size, tree location/siting and philosophy.

Elm Leaf Beetle infestation can defoliate a tree, if this happens continually the tree may die. Other factors such as drought, poor pruning/lopping or soil compaction will contribute to a decline in tree health. However, one or two years of Elm Beetle damage or ongoing moderate damage is very unlikely to kill the host tree, unless there are other significant contributing factors.

Currently, the most effective control measures for Elm Beetle involve chemical application. Generally trunk/stem injection or soil injection, both methods have advantages and disadvantages – there is more detail below. It is possible also to do canopy spraying, however, this is only suitable for some trees at certain times of the year and is more expensive in the long term.

If you are considering having your tree treated it is worthwhile discussing with your neighbors (who own Elm trees) if they would like to have theirs treated at the same time as there are reasonable savings available when nearby trees are treated at one visit.