Tree Insect and Pest Issues and Diagnosis
Tree and shrub insect control is an important part of keeping your landscape healthy and beautiful. Harmful pests not only create visible damage to your trees but can cause stress to the tree health that can increase the chance of a substantial decline and in some cases death of the plant.
Our Certified Arborists use field-experience and industry research to identify and diagnose a wide variety tree pest issues common in Southeastern Wisconsin. From invasive species like the Emerald Ash Borer to common tree pests like leafhoppers, aphids, and scale, Wachtel's tree care professionals are equipped with the knowledge and treatments to help keep your trees healthy.
- Detailed site inspection to diagnose and address pest concerns
- Soil systemic insecticides for control of a variety of harmful pests
- Spray programs based on insect life cycle for more effective results
- Trunk injections for tree boring insects – including the Emerald Ash Borer
Tree Pest Treatments Based on Scientific Research
For over 80 years, Wachtel Tree Science has been trusted to provide effective insect control for residential, commecial and municipal properties. Our plant health care team uses research from industry experts and years of experience to determine the best course of action for many types of pest control.
As with any biology based industry, our tree care professionals recognize that living creatures adapt and evolve to thrive in a variety of environments. It is important to keep up to date with the latest treatment techniques to continue to provide effective insect control. Continuous education has enabled our Certified Arborists to stay up to date on the latest industry trends and techniques. Our soil systemic insecticide treatments, custom spray programs and trunk injections for tree boring insects are all designed and performed to keep your trees healthy.
Thank you for another job well done! The applicator arborist was very pleasant and professional. I appreciate Wachtel’s quality!
Donna F. - Hartford