Serving the TX Hill Country
  1. Oak Wilt Diagnosis and Treatment
  2. Chemjet Injections
  3. Property and Real Estate Inspections
  4. Pruning and Trimming
  5. Ball Moss Control
  6. Insect and Disease Management
  7. Landscape and Tree Consulting
  8. Plant and Tree Health
  9. Tree Risk Assessment
  10. Lab Analysis (Soil, Branches, and Leaves)
  11. Cabling and Bracing
  12. Fertilizing, Mulching, and Watering
Oak Wilt Diagnosis and Treatment
  • Propiconazole 14.3% is used for Preventive and Therapeutic Oak Wilt injections (not guaranteed).
  • ​Assist in arrangement for root trenching
  • ​ We will make recommendations regarding treatment, trenching, and removal or dead trees.

​Property and Real Estate Inspections
  • Pre-construction site analysis
  • ​​Construction Injury Minimization
Ball Moss Control
  • Mechanical or hand removal is the best method of control when integrated as part of the normal pruning and maintenance program which can remove 70-80%. Chemical control should be considered for the removal of the remaining ball moss. The best results are found in the winter months when the trees are dormant.
​Landscape and Tree Consulting
​Tree Risk Assessment
  • Evaluates the condition of trees and recommend maintenance procedures
​Cabling and Bracing
  • Cables and bracing are used to protect and improve the structural integrity of trees
  • Trees can grow in a way that the structures can no longer support its own weight.
​Chemjet Injections

​Pruning and Trimming
  • ​Equipment sterilization to prevent the spread of oak wilt
  • ​Trains growth patterns
  • ​We remove weak, dead, storm damaged, diseased and interfering branches
​Insect and Disease Management
  • One of our prime concerns is preventative pest management. Even with preventative maintenance, sometimes trees cannot defend themselves against insects and disease. We assess the infestation and recommend the most effective and environmental approach possible for your trees.

​Plant and Tree Health

​Lab Analysis (Soil, Branches, and Leaves)

Fertilizing, Mulching, and Watering