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MAJOR TREE PROBLEMS

Sudden Oak Death

There are two categories of hosts for Phytophthora ramorum: bark canker hosts and foliar hosts. The bark canker hosts are tan oak's and oaks that become infected on the trunks. Foliar hosts are bays, rhododendrons, big leaf maple, and several others (see list below), that become infected on the leaves and small branches. While the bark cankers often lead to mortality in tan oak's and oaks, foliar hosts only occasionally die from the P. ramorum infection.

Phytophthora Diseases in citrus, Christmas tree, walnut, avocado

Dutch Elm Disease

Anthracnose

Bacterial diseases

Insects: Asian Longhorn Beetle (ALB), Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), Hemlock Woolly Adelgids (HWA)

 

 

We answer the following questions: Is the tree injection is safe? What to inject? How to inject? When to inject? Where to inject?

 

FACTORS TO BE CONSIDERED BEFORE INJECTION

Tree wounding

Handling the injection device

Compatibility of products in the device

 

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HOW TO ACHIEVE?

Consult an arborist, diagnostician and tree health care specialist

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Consult Dr. Rama

An agronomist experienced in soil fertility, pesticides and botanical products. His extensive experience in tree injection devices, tree injectable product formulations and injectable products compatibility.

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