Author: Gabe Fielding

What Risk Does the EAB Beetle Pose to Denver Trees in 2021?

Spring has sprung and that means the Emerald Ash Borer, which has been hiding out all winter, will soon re-emerge. Denver trees are at great risk as the EAB prepares to spread once more. As a homeowner, it’s time to spring into action to treat and protect your trees before the Emerald Ash Borer strikes. 

 

Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) 2021 Update

In the spring of 2020,

How to Get Rid of Banded Ash Borer Beetles in Denver

Spring is in full swing and you’re probably enjoying the warmer temperatures and the opportunity to get out and spruce up your landscape. Of course, you’ve been warned about the upcoming rise of Emerald Ash Borer in the Denver Metro area, but did you know that there’s another pest in town? The Banded Ash Borer Beetle is beginning to emerge now and will prey on your susceptible trees. Learn more about this threatening pest and how to act now to protect your trees and shrubs.

The Denver Homeowner’s Guide to Spring Tree Fertilization

After winter, your trees and shrubs work hard to bounce back and produce healthy new growth. Looking forward to seeing your landscape turn lush green this spring? Give your trees the boost they deserve with well-timed and properly, professionally executed fertilization. Reap the benefits for the spring, summer, and fall months!

What Is the Purpose of Tree Fertilization?

The idea that fertilizer is tree food is a common misconception.