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Chlorosis Treatment in Arlington, TX.

A frequently seen serious tree and plant condition common in Arlington, Texas and the surrounding cities and repeatedly encountered by tree care specialists in the north Texas region is chlorosis. Chlorosis is a debilitating disease that is first made visibly evident in the tree's leaves and occurs when there is the absence or extreme lack of chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is what gives the trees and plants their rich green color and enables the photosynthesis process that supports the tree's health by distributing the needed water and nutrition throughout its vascular structure. Without proper nutrition and adequate water, the chlorophyll diminishes and the leaves begin to pale, turning various shades of yellow and, in extreme cases, a pale whitish-yellow. When the soil has a high PH level above 7.0 it becomes high in alkalinity; therefore, iron-deficient and susceptible to the most common form of chlorosis. Popular tree varieties in established residential neighborhoods are stately oak and maple trees, and arbor care professionals are endlessly treating these trees which have been stricken with iron chlorosis, as these trees are highly susceptible to this ailment. It is imperative to contact an experienced tree company immediately when you first notice yellowing of the tree or plants leaves, as chlorosis frequently results in the death of the tree if no treatment is administered! Chlorosis Treatment in Arlington, TX, call (817) 583-7689 Chlorosis diagnosing!

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Chlorosis Disease

A tree evaluation report will be developed by the experienced plant pathologist and they will determine the presence of chlorosis after conducting a thorough examination of the tree's leaves and the tree's structural integrity. Obvious visible yellowing and fading of the leave's color is an early indication of this tree ailment; however, as the disease progresses the leaves will begin browning and the tree will exhibit premature foliage loss. Overall stunted new growth, a noticeable thinning canopy and broken twigs and branches will be the results of the advanced stages of chlorosis progression. Habitat grounds will be evaluated to detect areas with poor drainage or compacted soil which can affect the growth and health of the root structure. Soil will be tested in the laboratory to determine the alkalinity level and determine if the chlorosis is due to iron deficiency. Upon completion of diagnostic testing, the Arlington tree doctor will present the personalized immediate treatment needed and the on-going care and maintenance required to prevent chlorosis from continuing to affect the trees and plants within the residential outdoor environment.



Treatment Of Chlorosis Treatment

The experienced tree company must quickly remove and destroy any trees suffering from advanced stages of chlorosis or trees that have died from this disease and will advise you of more resistant tree varieties that they will have available to replace the diseased trees. Iron-deficient soil will require iron applications by an arborist that treats sick trees and who provides a one year warranty on any treatment and will be administered via drip lines, trunk injections, foliar spray and whatever methods the certified arborist deems is best suited for the habitat grounds. Regular lawn care and maintenance by a tree service ensure the tree does not suffer wounds from shovels or weed trimmers and deep root fertilization and systemic deep root feeding techniques all aid in maintaining a healthy root structure and boosting the tree's immune system. Ensure the health of your eye-catching statement trees by entrusting the care of your outdoor residential habitat to the best arborist in Arlington who will see to it that your trees and plants all maintain their lush green color! If you have on your property, call (817) 583-7689 for a free consultation from a certified arborist in Arlington, TX.


Updated on December 31, 2018, at 2:57 PM by Henrys Tree Service of Arlington.