Plant Health Care & Pest Control

Emerald Ash Borer
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Trees are vital to our quality of life. They produce oxygen, reduce smog and cool our neighborhoods and homes. They provide natural beauty year-round, summertime shade and a place for our flying friends to rest their wings. They increase the value of our homes, provide environmental benefits and improve our well-being and mental health. 

It’s up to all of us to Be A Smart Ash and plant new trees to grow our urban canopy, protect our existing trees from threats like tree pests and take care of the trees that take care of us.

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ADVANCE FOR MONDAY FEB. 20 AND THEREAFTER In an undated photo provided by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, an adult emerald ash borer is shown. The highly destructive insects which kill ash trees are metallic green and about 1/2-inch long. (AP Photo/Minnesota Department of Natural Resources)

According to the USDA Forest Service, trees that are healthy and mature add an average of ten percent to a property’s value. Tree insect control and tree disease control are essential to maintaining the health and vitality of your property’s tree population. In Denver, Lakewood and the surrounding areas, we have some beautiful trees, but there are also some unfriendly insects that can destroy these lovely, healthy trees, making tree pest control something every homeowner or business owner who has trees on their property should be knowledgeable about.

The prevention of these insects, like the Emerald Ash Borer, is vital to protect the health of your trees. You may not become aware of a potentially life-threatening insect problem until your tree or trees are already dying, in which case it may be too late to save them.

Expert Professionals for Plant Health

At Arbor Pro Tree Experts, our name describes us; we are your friendly neighborhood tree experts, and we are here to help you preserve the life and health of your precious trees. If you suspect your tree population may be struggling to survive the attack of an insect or insects, our experienced team of skilled specialists can provide you with a free professional tree service estimate and discuss what steps need to be taken to preserve the strength and health of your trees, and protect against future infestation. Do you have a tree suffering from a debilitating disease? Contact Arbor-Pro Tree Experts today and have a ISA Certified Arborist evaluate the problem. We offer all of our customers the highest quality tree insect control available in the area, at a price point that won’t destroy your wallet.

Insect and Disease Management in Denver, CO

Colorado is home to millions of ash trees, so an insect like the Emerald Ash Borer poses quite a threat to the natural beauty these trees provide our residents. A native of Asia, the Emerald Ash Borer was found in Boulder County in 2013. Since this insect attacks all ash species, the best strategy to combat this insidious pest is preventative tree insect control. Arbor Pro Tree Experts is your source for Emerald Ash Borer prevention and treatment, and our team of professionals are well versed in spotting signs of infestation, as well as the best methods of tree pest control, like effective, eco-friendly trunk injections.

Other threats to your healthy, lush trees that don’t require tree insect control include diseases such as:

  • Powdery mildew: a fungal disease that affects the leaves of trees and shrubs such as apple, lilacs, and roses.
  • Dutch elm disease: This disease has been killing Denver area elm trees for several decades, but preventative programs can be very effective in controlling this disease when properly executed.
  • Fire blight: If you have pear, peach, hawthorn, or crab apple trees, you will want to protect your trees from the aggressive bacterial fire blight disease. 

A tree disease specialist from Arbor Pro Tree Experts can help you with all of these potentially deadly diseases. Our highly-trained staff can also create strategically planned tree insect control for those lethal insect infestations. We will help in the prevention of these dangerous insects, so the Emerald Ash Borer and many other pests do not stand a chance!

Tree Spraying Service - Plant Health Care

Arbor Pro Tree Experts provide professional tree spraying services to keep your trees healthy. Also known as Foliar Spraying, tree spraying reduces the insect population. In Colorado, IPS beetles (also known as “bark beetles” and sometimes as “engraver beetles”) are beetles that develop under the bark of pine and spruce trees and tunnel through the trees, damaging and killing them. We can help you maintain the health of your trees through our tree disease and insect control strategy, which includes tree spraying. Denver has a reputation as a beautiful city, and part of its beauty comes from a healthy tree population, but Colorado’s prolonged drought stress and the creation of freshly cut wood, a preferred breeding site for IPS beetles, help contribute to beetle problems.

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Benefits of Tree Spraying
  • Relief – Tree spraying can instantly relieve a tree of damages caused by insects or disease.
  • Longevity – Adding tree spraying to your routine tree maintenance can prolong the life of the tree and keep them in optimal health.
  • Prevention – Tree spraying can control and eradicate insect infestation and prevent it from causing further damage.

Our professional services for tree spraying in Denver and Lakewood can help protect the health of your trees and strengthen them against common tree diseases and insects that can destroy their beauty and, left unchecked, potentially kill your healthy trees. At Arbor Pro, we have been professionally servicing the trees and shrubs of both homes and businesses in the Lakewood and Denver area for years. People from all over the Denver metro area rely on our specialized knowledge of tree and plant care, as well as tree disease control, and trust the health of their trees and shrubs to us knowing we are certified by the International Society of Arboriculture.