Organic Tree & Shrub Services in Washington

Choose from our Premier or Basic Program, or let us develop a program especially for you. Your custom program can include 4-to-7 organic applications per year.

Premier Tree & Shrub Program

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We spray 7 applications per year:

  • 3 spring sprays, to control insects and diseases
  • 1 summer spray, to control insects
  • 1 fall spray, to control insects
  • 1 bed fertilizer soil drench, packed with biostimulants that rejuvenate dead soil
  • 1 dormant-season spray, to control insects and diseases
  • All Sprays Contain our Organic Kelp and Fertilizer

Basic Tree & Shrub Program

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We spray 5 applications per year:

  • 1 spring spray, to control insects and diseases
  • 1 summer spray, to control insects
  • 1 fall spray, to control insects
  • 1 bed fertilizer soil drench, packed with biostimulants that rejuvenate dead soil
  • 1 dormant-season spray, to control insects and diseases
  • All Sprays Contain our Organic Kelp and Fertilizer

Traditional Tree & Shrub Services

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Controlling Pests and disease with our traditional spray programs will give you the best of both Organic and Traditional Spray products in every application. This management system allows us to use the Safest and most effective products on the market. Using the combination of the organic and the traditional products minimizes the risk of pest and disease immunity. All of this paired with our Organic fish and Sea kelp fertilizer will help feed and beautify your complete landscape.

Other Trees and Shrubs Treatments:

Disease Programs

We will treat Trees with seasonal fungus problems, such as Brown Rot, Apple Scab, Anthracnose, ect. With our 3 spray program that last from March to June.

Fruit Worm Control Programs

These services are applied to Fruit trees for coddling moth, apple maggot and Cherry fruit worm. Apples and Pears will need 3 applications in the summer and Cherry trees will need 2 applications starting in May.

Deep Root Injection

We apply liquid kelp, fertilizer, a bio-stimulant, and/or fungicides to the ground to treat for root rot and to enhance the root system of diseased or stressed trees.

Micro-Injection

Sometimes, foliage cannot be sprayed and root access is not available for soil injections. Micro-injections are like vaccinations for trees—they’re an environmentally-friendly way to inject trees with nutrients that battle diseases and insects.

Systemic Soil Injection

This systemic injection, applied from winter through mid-spring, controls sap-sucking pests, such as aphids and scales, during the growing season, as well as bronze birch borer. It also prevents the sticky, “honey dew” excretion these pests leave behind from dripping from trees.

Cherry Tortrix

Moth lays eggs on Cherry trees and some other varieties of trees and shrubs when they emerge in the spring. The eggs hatch in Late September through October, 2 treatments would be done at this time. This treatment is preventative, Tortrix Larvae will boar into the trunks and crotch of the trees and feed on the Cambium layer which impedes the sap flow to the major extremities, thus causing die back and rotting of limbs. This pest can make your trees very unsightly as well as dangerous. The rotted limbs are ​known to snap off without any notice and can harm people and or property. Damage to trees is permanent and cannot be reversed and will eventually kill the tree if not stopped.

Root Weevil:

Weevils can be identified by the conspicuous notches around the edges of the leaves of the plant (Most noticeably in Rhododendrons, Viburnum, and Azaleas). These notches can be few or in some cases so extensive that the entire leaf edges end up being jagged and very unsightly! Usually the damage is aesthetic and can really make shrubs look unhealthy. Treatments are done in late fall with a soil drench treatment and in the spring and summer with a contact spray.

Lace Bug

Lace bugs suck leaf sap. Leaf stippling and bleaching from feeding on infested leaves can become very obvious by late summer. Adults and nymphs also soil leaves with specks of dark, varnish like excrement. This is can create other issues like powdery mildew, and sooty mold. All these things add stress to the shrubs making them unhealthy and unsightly. Treatments are done in the dormant and twice in the summer with a contact spray.

Bird Repellent:

This treatment is to discourage Sap Suckers from making holes in the trees. These birds can make a lot of holes that ring around the trees. This damage can lead to die off of the portion of the tree that is above the damage ring.

Mites:

Mites are sucking insects that attack a number of varieties of trees and shrubs. Typically the damage is esthetic; however, prolonged untreated damage can severely stress out the trees or shrubs. Treatments for this can vary, starting as soon as early summer and go through until early fall. Timing and number of applications would be determined from our estimate.

Tent Caterpillars:

Tent caterpillars attack several kinds of broad-leaf trees and shrubs and produce unsightly webs, or tents. These caterpillars can defoliate trees, stunting their growth and making them less vigorous. They can also be very common and thus a nuisance as they move around your yard and the exterior of your home. The keys to eliminating tent caterpillar problems are early detection, proper identification, and understanding of the life cycle and the use of appropriate cultural or chemical control measures. Spray treatments are done from May to June.