Plant Doctor's Seasonal Report

The Plant Doctor's Seasonal Report brings you the most important and interesting seasonal Wisconsin tree care information. This is where our Wisconsin Certified Arborists share their experience and passion for all aspects of the tree care industry. From preventative plant health care topics like the Wisconsin Emerald Ash Borer epidemic to daily happenings at the Wachtel office, the Plant Doctor's Seasonal Report keeps you informed.

Read below to see the most up to date tree care information from our Wachtel staff of Certified Arborists and Wisconsin tree care specialists. For even more information on important tree care, take a look at our Wisconsin tree care news blog.

Contact our Wisconsin tree service specialists today to learn more about Wachtel Tree Science

<< 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 >>

Little Shot Holes in Evergreens

By: Dominick Bierdek, Certified Arborist WI-0635A

Summer 2008 Newsletter in Adobe PDF format Pencil lead size holes in evergreens are likely the work of Ips beetles.

Continue Reading

Spruce Blues

By: Anthony C. Arnoldi, Board Certified Master Arborist WI-0102B

Spring 2008 Newsletter in Adobe PDF format Many area spruce trees came out of winter in poor condition.

Continue Reading

Water Deficit

By: Jean Ferdinandsen, Certified Arborist WI-0149A

Spring 2008 Newsletter in Adobe PDF format In southeastern Wisconsin we are almost 30" below average in precipitation in the past 6 years.

Continue Reading

Fertilizing to Improve Tree Health and Save $$$

By: Dominick Bierdek, Certified Arborist WI-0635A

Spring 2008 Newsletter in Adobe PDF format Improving vigor through fertilization is a cost saving way to keep your trees healthy in the urban invironment.

Continue Reading

Beauty and the Beast

By: Jean Ferdinandsen, Certified Arborist WI-0149A

Winter 2008 Newsletter in Adobe PDF format Crabapples are very beautiful in spring but can turn ugly by summer.

Continue Reading

Soil Systemic Insecticides

By: Jeffrey P. Hagfors, Certified Arborist WI-0181A

Winter 2008 Newsletter in Adobe PDF format The benefits of using soil applied systemic insecticides.

Continue Reading

Tip Blight of Pine

By: Anthony C. Arnoldi, Certified Arborist

Winter 2004 Newsletter in Adobe PDF format Sphaeropsis is the most serious disease of pines in our landscapes.

Continue Reading

Variety is the Spice of Life

By: Jean Ferdinandsen, Certified Arborist WI-0149A

Fall 2007 Newsletter in Adobe PDF format Tree diversity is important for both aesthetic and health reasons.

Continue Reading

Protecting Property

By: Janet Doss, Certified Arborist WI-0179A

Fall 2007 Newsletter in Adobe PDF format The most important thing we do to protect your property is to hire people who care.

Continue Reading

Chlorosis: Its Not Always Easy Being Green

By: Jean Ferdinandsen, Certified Arborist WI-0149A

Summer 2007 Newsletter in Adobe PDF format Chlorosis is a yellowing of foliage due to the loss or breakdown of chlorophyll. If left uncorredted, chlorosis will weaken the tree and eventually lead to its death.

Continue Reading

 

Request a Consultant

Interested in having one of our qualified staff contact you about your trees and landscaping? Let us know your ZIP code and we'll let you know who's in your area.


Request a Municipal Specialist

Specialized Services:

  • Urban Forest Management
  • Tree Preservation Planning Involving Wooded Sites
  • Corporate Campus Tree Mapping & Assessment

Click to Contact

Testimonials

  • Robert & Dorothy Miller - Mequon

    " Tree removal was recommended, we had a contract, the job was completed on Tuesday. We are very pleased, excellent team work. Thank you to Anthony."

  • John K. - Waukesha

    "Always pleased with how you keep our trees happy and healthy!  Thanks!"

Winter tree care and pruning newsletter

Seasonal Tree Care Newsletter

Read More

International Society of Arboriculture The Tree Care Industry Association Wisconsin Arborist Association TCIA Member
80

YEARS

of tree care

1935
2017