Plant Health Care

Plants and trees need a healthy environment to thrive, just like humans do. At Northeast Tree Care, we offer professional analysis, diagnosis, and treatment of a variety of tree health issues.  

Consultation & Analysis

We always offer a free initial consultation. Sometimes problems can be very complex and it may be necessary to send soil, tissue or other items out for diagnosis. Other times, obvious signs or indications are there for an efficient remedy. We will do everything in our control to help identify and correct any trouble areas with your trees.

Plant Health Care Programs (PHC)

Let us tailor a plan to care for your tree and shrubs year round. We begin with lab testing a soil sample and will then formulate a plan accordingly to keep your specimens looking their best year round. This can involve pruning, fertilizing, disease and insect control, and much more.

Custom Blended Soil & Fertilizers

As a home and tree owner, you can assist in promoting a healthy tree by maintaining your trees’ soil. We design our fertilizers and soil to create the perfect blend of nutrients that will help your trees grow tall and strong.

Tree Disease Treatment

Trees are susceptible to a variety of diseases, such as Dutch Elm Disease, Chlorosis, and Sycamore Anthracnose. We can take some preventative measures to help protect your trees for years to come.

Insect & Mite Treatment

Insects and mites can infest your trees, weakening them and increasing the chance of an accidental fall. We can help keep your trees clear of pests such as moths, ticks, borers,and worms, so you don't have to worry about these pests endangering your trees’ health.

Root Remediation

Often times the problems you are noticing with your trees may be caused by problems under the soil. We utilize air excavation techniques to expose problems and correct them. If caught early enough for the problems to be corrected, the tree can be saved. 

 

 

No occupation is so delightful to me as the culture of the earth, and no culture comparable to that of a garden.
Thomas Jefferson