Plant Disease Management
Safe plant disease management since 1984
plant disease management by Mayer Tree
Insects aren’t the only organisms which can cause problems for your trees and shrubbery. Diseases such as fire blight and oak wilt can cause disruptive and invasive problems for your trees. There are many types and subcategories of disease which can infest your plants, but the treatments available are usually straightforward and relatively simple.
Many natural remedies are available; solutions as simple as making sure your plants have enough sunlight and water to stay healthy and growing. When your plants don’t get the necessary nutrients, water, or light they need, they can actually be “stressed” which, just like us, can make them more susceptible to diseases and ailments.
You can regulate their stress by making growth as easy as possible for them, adjusting their growing habits, and repositioning them to absorb light and lessen competition to the best of your ability. You can also trust Mayer Tree’s team of professionals and experts to identify and mitigate your plant disease.
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The Process of a PLANT DISEASE MANAGEMENT
Many people are surprised to learn that plants can become diseased. The basic and fundamental process of a disease is not unlike those for humans; a plant can develop a disease if there’s an available pathogen which initiates the process, the plant must be susceptible to that particular pathogen to begin with, and the environment must also be right for the disease to start and develop.
If any of these factors aren’t present, the disease is likely never to develop. Additionally, different plants are immune and vulnerable to different pathogens. There are several dozen types of diseases, but by far the most common in many areas are phytophthora root rot, leaf spot disease, fire blight, powdery mildew, and canker disease. Some types of fungi can also cause diseases, as can bacteria and sometimes even extreme air pollution.
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Treating Plant Diseases
There are a few things everyday homeowners can do to protect their plants from diseases. The first step you should take is to be vigilant; many diseases are subtle and may be hard to spot at first glance. Signs like trees which have fewer plants around the springtime than usual, or other indications that your tree is growing unnaturally slow or not at all are the best indicators of a disease. There are a few steps you should also take to protect your plants from diseases.
For example, you should check if you’re over-mulching, providing too little or too much water, using a low quality and unhelpful soil, or planting your plants in a poorly chosen area with little sunlight or water. These are the most basic steps you can take that may make a substantial difference in terms of protection and plant health
Trust a Professional FOR PLANT DISEASE MANAGEMENT
When it comes to plant disease, you won’t be able to solve all of the problems yourself. If you think your plants are experiencing disease, you should call a professional to inspect your plants and determine the best course of action.
Our experts at Mayer Tree have experience expertise dealing with this exact problem; we’ll be able to tell you if your worries are valid and can take and recommend additional steps if they are. We have specially designed products and plant-care tools to help take care of your plants and keep them healthy and thriving.
We can also identify the underlying conditions of your plants and have the right tools for the job. In addition to taking care of your plants, we pride ourselves on taking care of our customers – we offer only honest quotes and affordable prices. Our team is comprised of true professionals who know the situation and know how to fix your plant problems efficiently and effectively for no more than a dime as necessary.
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