Ash Tree Borer Treatment
The ash borer treatment is actually a very simple process when you go through a company, like, HTC. Ash tree treatment is necessary whenever you’re looking to rid yourself of the risk from the devastation that the Emerald Ash Borer beetle might bring to the ash trees on your property. This beetle has already affected millions of Americans, and we’re able to help you treat your ash trees so that the EAB won’t affect you!
New Treatment for Emerald Ash Borer – EAB Treatment
At HTC, we offer a new treatment for Emerald Ash Borer, and we’ve seen a lot of success as it’s helped numerous local residents get rid of the Emerald Ash Borer beetle from their property. EAB Treatment is aimed specifically at the plants on your property which pose the greatest risk. Emerald Ash Borer can be treated– you just need to apply the right technique so that the Emerald Ash Borer beetle won’t affect your plants!
Emerald Ash Borer Control
You may have come across some unconventional approaches to rid yourself of the Emerald Ash Borer on your property, and some of them work to some degree. When you notice Emerald Ash Borer tree damage, you must take the appropriate action as soon as possible. There is Emerald Ash Borer insecticide that is available on the market, though, we always want our clients to know that Emerald Ash Borer damage can be controlled if it is caught soon enough. The issue with EAB is that it affects so many different types of ash trees.
How to Identify Ash Trees
Ash trees are one of only a few trees with opposing branches and leaves. An easy way to remember the main trees with this quality is by the acronym MADhorse (maple, ash, dogwood, horse chestnut).
Branches may not always seem opposing if one has died or fallen off, so use caution. Look for compound leaves with 1 leaf and 7 leaflets and for the distinctive bark which has deep and jagged grooves.
Emerald Ash Borer Prevention
The best Emerald Ash Borer treatment is prevention treatment for Emerald Ash Borer beetles. Luckily, there are some ways to identify if you have discovered a potential threat. Here is a sure-fire for ash tree disease identification as it relates to EAB:
Do you notice any tracks and “bullet holes” in your ash trees?
If so, you’re past due for treatment and the prevention from Emerald Ash Borer was not effective. You will need to treat your ash trees in one way or another. We urge you to contact us today so we can recommend the correct method to prevent and/or treat the Emerald Ash Borer on your property.
Emerald Ash Borer Treatment in Kansas City
When you need Emerald Ash Borer treatment in the Kansas City area, we are here to help you. By serving local residents for over 30 years, we have never seen such a rising risk of the EAB in our area, but it’s here. When you are looking for a qualified team to help rid your risk of Emerald Ash Borer, feel free to give us a call. We serve, both, residential customers and provide Emerald Ash Borer treatment for commercial businesses, too.
Emerald Ash Borer Treatment for Homeowners
If you are a client we have done work for in the past, then we will visit your property at no charge. If you would like an arborist to look at your ash tree or trees at a residential home less than 1/2 acre in size, let us know.
Our arborist can determine if the value of the tree is worth the cost of annual or biannual treatment for a period of years. There is a $75.00 fee which is refunded back for any one-time treatment that is greater than $400.00 This fee covers an ash tree inventory we complete on your property. We measure, determine the worth of saving, advise on all options and give you a quote.
We want to do what we can to help in all your tree needs. If you need quotes on only EAB treatments, we can assist with your measurements via email. Here’s what you do:
- Measure your tree(s) for diameter at breast height or DBH using the below method.
- Determining DBH for trees with multiple stems.
- Send us an email with your name, address and phone number, the location (front, NE, back, SW, etc.) and photo of each tree (if desired) and the DBH of each tree.
Measure Your Trees
At 4-1/2 feet above the ground, wrap a measuring tape around the trunk of the tree. Divide the measurement by 3.14 to get the diameter, also known as DBH (diameter at breast height).
Determining DBH for Trees with Multiple Stems
If you have a tree with multiple stems, measure the diameter of each stem.
- 2 stem tree – add the two stems DBH and then divide by 2
- 3 Stem tree – add the three stems DBH and divide by 2.60
- 4 Stem tree – add the four stems DBH and divide by 3.40
Send us an Email
Feel free to send us an email with your name, address and phone number, the location (front, NE, back, SW, etc.) and photo of each tree (if desired) and the DBH of each tree.
We will send you an estimate via return email based on your initial measurements and photos. If you approve the estimate we will treat your trees.
Emerald Ash Borer Treatment for Commercial Businesses
For commercial businesses seeking Emerald Ash Borer treatment, we are pleased to announce our Commercial Property Program!
Commercial Property Program
Our Comercial Property Program is specifically designed for commercial property or large property owners with many trees on their grounds. This is a web portal program that allows us to inventory and “tag” each unique tree on your property along with it’s location and subsequently provide you a customized print-out with detailed treatments and status on each tree. If you would like to discuss how this specialized program works, give us a call at (816) 523-1181, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: When we perform the treatment we will measure your tree and bill you on the size based upon our measurements. DBH is only one aspect we look at when determining the correct dosage for the treat