Gypsy%20Moth%20Larva[1]The first step in knowing your plants are healthy is knowing what you’re looking at.

Our certified arborists are equipped to help make an informed assessment of your situation, whether you’re dealing with a healthy ecosystem or an infestation by a disease or pest.  Whatever the course of action requires, our experts will determine a well-planned program for your plants with the goal of maintaining plant health.  Our visits can be monthly or seasonal depending on your variety of trees and shrubs.

Integrated Pest Management

Insects and diseases can result in either the decline or death of the plant if left untreated. At Good’s Tree Care we take an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach to protect trees and shrubs on our clients’ properties. IPM is designed to make certain we achieve our goal of suppressing pest problems while minimizing negative environmental impacts. The Good’s Tree Care Insect and Disease Management Program employs a suite of cultural practices including inspections and well timed applications with the goal of maintaining plant health while at the same time minimizing environmental impacts.

Beneficial Insects

It’s a myth that all bugs pose a threat to your landscape.  In fact, there are species that actually aid in the reduction of populations of destructive insects (such as aphids, webworms and lacebugs).  We strategically release these insects in areas of your landscape to minimize spraying and to balance the ecosystem.  Be sure to ask your certified arborist about this completely natural option. 


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