Rob is an internationally certified arborist and Texas Department of Agriculture certified pesticide applicator. He has been practicing the art of arboriculture since 1989 specializing in disease management, pest treatments, risk assessment, and conservation planning for construction, industry educator and lecturer . He is thought of as the tree doctor. From oak wilt treatment to plant health care related tree services Rob will help find the solution for your problem or help to prevent problems from occurring.
Trees are a big part of your landscapes. In fact, trees are among the largest living plants on the globe. We build memories around our trees, planting them on special occasions or using them to add architectural appeal to the landscape. Simply put, they add value to our lives. Keeping them healthy helps to retain that value years into the future. Our arborist will assess your trees and development a long-term plan to retaining them for as long as possible.
Protocols are developed with the intent to have repeatable predictable, and practical applications of well researched solutions. We have set affordable pricing for oak wilt treatment, bacterial leaf scorch (BLS,) caterpillar control, Hackberry related sooty mold, and many others. Protocols help us to apply the least amount of chemical needed to get the job done through early identification and time dependent intervention.
Your satisfaction is our priority and we strive to provide services in line with your expectations. We offer the best client education experience available so that you may have a deep understanding of the interplay between the environment and your urban trees.
Injecting a cedar elm with antibiotics to aid in the control of Bacterial Leaf Scorch.
We use the most advanced technology available for trunk injections. The Q-Connect system is reusable and does not leave behind plugs or plastic capsules.
Seen in the foreground is a soil probe used to infuse the soil with bio-root stimulants. The hose shows the extent of the Critical Root Zone (CRZ.) When we apply bio-root stimulating organic compounds to your tree's soil we will evenly place it in the CRZ.