Bensalem, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/27/2019 -- Every year, millions of trees and plants die across America due to diseases, drought, insects, and wildfire. Some circumstances that lead to tree infection and death are unavoidable; others can be prevented or treated. As the leading provider of tree care services in Langhorne, All the Above Tree Services has advised on the most common tree diseases infecting PA.
Fireblight produces a burnt appearance on leaves of apple and pear trees throughout the Pennsylvania region. The disease travels from the top of plants down their stems, attacking new growth areas first. It can be treated by pruning off diseased branches down to a foot below the infected area and applying a liquid copper solution to the diseased trees.
The fungus-carrying Walnut Twig Beetle spreads thousand Cankers Disease, they tunnel into walnut tree bar and create minute cankers. Over time, as the amount of cankers increases, this leads to a disruption of water and nutrients feeding the tree. Unfortunately, this disease is incurable are present; therefore, rapid detection and removal of infected trees are recommended.
Verticillium Wilt is common amongst deciduous trees. Its symptoms include heavy seed production, smaller leaves than usual and browning around leaf margins. Again, the best treatment for this is to remove any plants or trees infected to protect the rest of the garden wildlife.
For tree care services in Yardley and plant disease prevention or treatment call All The Above Tree Services on 215-596-4401, or click here today.
About All The Above Tree Service:
All The Above Tree Service is an tree-removal company serving the Lower Bucks County area since 2013. The company offers a wide range of options to keep properties safe and looking great, including general tree services, land clearing, and tree removal. Its team of experienced and detail-oriented tree experts offers exceptional quality, great value, and excellent service on every project. All The Above Tree Service enjoys an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.
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