Plant Healthcare Management
Not all of us are born with a green thumb – and even for those of us who are, the process of developing and maintaining your yard or property’s trees and shrubs can be time-consuming and a lot of hard work.
There is certainly no shortage of potential problems that can affect the health of your plants, including pests, disease, and surface damage. Each of these, including the specific type of problem, factors into determining the best solution.
That’s why you need a team of certified arborists to handle your plants’ health. We have been trained in the science and art of caring for plants and have proven our knowledge time and again through practice and proper certification. In other words, you won’t have to worry about whether or not we know what we’re doing.
With our Plant Healthcare Management service, our goal is to take the pressure and hard work off you while optimizing the health, beauty, and sustainability of your landscape.
If you’d like to chat with us, don’t hesitate to reach out to request a free estimate. You can call us at (937) 710-3859 or fill out our online contact form to get started.
And if you’d like to learn more about our Plant Healthcare process, here’s how we break it down into a few steps:
1) Identify and document all the plants in your yard
Before we can properly identify the problems your plants are facing and how we can accomplish your goals, we first need to document a full list of the plants in your yard. This serves a couple of purposes.
First, it gives us some basic information that will help us identify problems and begin developing a plan for ongoing management. Different types of plants are affected by different pests and diseases and they require different kinds of care to optimize their health. This step gives us a great base to work from.
Second, it provides you with a better understanding of the plants living on your property. That’s extremely useful for knowing how to manage your plants, and it’s also a great thing to know and be able to explain yourself.
2) Determine key problems
After we know what we’re working with, we start to look for risk factors. This involves inspecting your plants, looking for common problems and issues, and analyzing the environment.
Your vision for the landscape will also play into this, as we’ll be able to give you a good sense of what’s possible and what will be required to accomplish your plans.
3) Offer proper solutions and tools to optimize plant health
Of course, identifying the problem is only the first part of the battle. The next stage is deciding on a plan of action. If we identify any serious problems, like a pest infestation, then that will be the first thing to address.
Beyond that, we’ll also implement an ongoing maintenance plan that can include everything from mulching and fertilization to tree injections.
Tree and Plant Care in Dayton Ohio
If you’d like us to take a look at your landscape and/or develop plans or diagnose plant problems, reach out and we’ll be happy to provide a free, no obligation estimate. Our plant care experts in Dayton, Ohio can help with your plants and trees to create a beautiful lawn.