Aurora & Centennial, CO Shrub Treatment
Ironwood Earthcare uses an integrated approach to managing insects and diseases. Our approach begins with maintaining plant health using sound cultural practices including pruning and creating optimal soil conditions for plant growth.
Regular inspections are essential to finding pest infestations before they reach harmful levels. Ironwood Earthcare’s certified arborists are trained to find beneficial insects that will help naturally suppress pest populations, and we also release beneficial to help existing populations and solve pest problems through biological control.
The shrubs around or on your home contribute to its uniqueness and beauty. People would like to ensure that their plants, like those shrubs present in their yard, are well-cared for and keep on looking their best.
Individuals work hard to keep their lawns and landscapes healthy, but shrubs frequently suffer fatalities or get ill from disease for various causes. In addition, shrubs, like trees, are susceptible to pests and diseases that can sicken or even kill them.
Proper disease detection is critical to the life of your plants, from insufficient hydration to pest infestation. The illness, diagnosis, and treatment will all differ depending on the species of shrub afflicted. Luckily, many of them can be avoided if you know where to look for and how to treat them.
If you rely on the right professionals, you can take care of fungal disease, infected leaves, powdery mildew, infected plants, brown and tan spots, bacterial disease, lace bug insects, and more.
Here is what our plant health care program looks like and how it can help you to minimize your tree and shrub care worries.
How to start the journey to diagnose the disease may seem tricky, but you can do it! First, initiate your diagnosis by ruling out inappropriate growth circumstances or shrub parasites as the cause of your shrub’s mortality.
For example, look for nibbled marks or stripping leaves, which suggest rats, rabbits, or deer. Once you’ve determined that bugs or animals aren’t eating your shrub, you may investigate the sort of illness.
Of course, this is where our clients bring us into the picture to diagnose the fungal disease, the infected plant, infected leaves, or other matters.
Here are a few of the issues that could occur and create problems.
Powdery Mildew Fungus is one of the most prevalent problems that various shrubs can confront. If left untreated, this shrub disease creates a white, granular material all over the foliage of the afflicted plant and can eventually kill it.
One of the most prevalent shrub diseases is Fire Blight, a bacterial illness that affects the plant’s twigs, shoots, and stems from wilting and becoming black.
If you’ve seen the leaves on your bushes turning variegated hues that aren’t normal, your shrub might have Rose Mosaic Disease. Growth might also get stunted as a result of the illness.
These parasites, sometimes known as roundworms, can infect a plant and cause its undergrowth to die. Nematodes are most likely present if you observe dead portions or parts of your plant coming off. While they are less visible, they damage the plant’s root system, leading to stunted, uneven development.
Our general lawn care experts will account for tree diseases, infected leaves, fungal disease, stunted growth, and much more when it comes to lawn care. If you are looking for assistance in your lawn care, reach out to Iron Wood Earth Care today.
Serving Denver, Aurora, and Centennial, CO. Let us customize a plan that meets the unique demands of your trees and lawn health care. Partner with our team of experts who have decades of industry knowledge. No job is too big or small. We handle it all on time and on budget.