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A client called us in 2010 and said “you have to come out here and look at this…my Ash trees look great and all of the other Ash trees in the neighborhood are dying!”  He also mentioned that “my neighbors are upset with me for not mentioning your company to them.”

 

 

Case Study #1
How to save a dying tree

The trees pictured here are just a few of the thousands of stressed and dying trees that Tree Green has saved over the years. These trees were stressed for a variety of reasons including poor clay soil conditions, construction damage, drought stress and from the soil being depleted of necessary minerals due to the trees’ constant absorption of them.

HOW DO WE ACHIEVE THESE RESULTS?

By utilizing Tree Green’s STRESS RECOVERY SOIL DRENCH followed up with our basic pressurized Root Fertilization program.

Our ‘Stress Recovery Soil Drench’ treatment consists of pressure injecting a variety of minerals, nutrients, amino acids and fungi underground, in close proximity to the trunk of the tree. This mixture is then absorbed by the thousands of fine ‘feeder roots’, quickly flowing up through the vascular system to begin strengthening the tree.

The product mixture that we use is our own formulation, developed after years of testing and continuous improvement. This product mixture, when combined with our basic Root Fertilization program, delivers the phenomenal results shown here, 85% of the time.

Dying Tree before

BEFORE
Tree Green's 'Stress Recovery Soil Drench'
Dying Tree

AFTER Tree Green's 'Stress Recovery Soil Drench'
before treatment

BEFORE
Tree Green's 'Stress Recovery Soil Drench'
after treatment

AFTER
Tree Green's' Stress Recovery Soil Drench'
before treatment

BEFORE
Tree Green's 'Stress Recovery Soil Drench
after treatment

AFTER
Tree Green's 'Stress Recovery Soil Drench'

Case Study 2
Apple Scab Fungus

Working with a company who delivers the highest quality products with impeccable application timing is the key to controlling this unsightly and unhealthy disease.

Crabapple before

Crabapple trees, attacked year after year by Apple Scab Fungus, are not a pretty sight. In the photo (above) you will see two Crabapple trees, both of which defoliate year after year due to the debilitating Apple Scab fungus. The photo shows that both trees looked healthy and vibrant in the early spring.

Crabapple after

(Photo above) The homeowner on the right hired Tree Green to treat their Crabapple, and the homeowner on the left did not. Quite a difference, wouldn’t you say?

Crabapple 1

In the above photo you can see an entire line of Crabapple trees that are struggling through another year of Apple Scab Fungus.

Crabapple Treatment

Tree Green received permission to treat just the six trees on the left. In the above photo you can see the results of our treatment program on those six Crabapple trees compared to the two on the right.

Crabapple 2

In the above photo you can see how full and healthy the trees appeared the following spring, awaiting the damaging wind-blown spore that carries the Apple Scab fungus back to these trees. 

Crabapple 4

Then, the following year, we switched things around and treated just the two trees on the right as shown in the above photo. The results are amazing!


Case Study #3
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB)
Treatment Results

 

EAB before

BEFORE 
The photo above shows a young Ash tree with damage caused by the Emerald Ash Borer.

EAB after

AFTER
The above (follow up) photo was taken after two years of Tree Green’s recommended treatment program.

Notice how much fuller the tree has become as it improves from the EAB damage.

The homeowner did not have the uppermost limbs, which had died early on, trimmed out; but, new healthy growth will push past those damaged limbs and they will not be noticeable in another year.

EAB treatedThe photo on the right was taken within two miles of where the EAB was first identified in Illinois in 2006. In the first photo you can see two vibrant and healthy Ash trees. This homeowner wanted to be proactive regarding EAB treatment and called Tree Green before there was any obvious sign of the insect on his street. These two trees shown in the forefront of the photo have been treated by Tree Green since 2007 and are in perfect health.

(Actually we treated a total of four Ash trees for this client but the two in front are so thick and full that the other two behind them are obstructed from view).

damage EABIn the photo on the left you can see what is happening right across the street from the owner of the four healthy Ash trees. There are 4 Ash trees there too, and all are dying due to the Emerald Ash Borer. This photo was taken in 2010. Those 4 trees have since been removed and our client’s trees are still flourishing.

This client called us in 2010 and said “you have to come out here and look at this…my Ash trees look great and all of the other Ash trees in the neighborhood are dying!”  He also mentioned that “my neighbors are upset with me for not mentioning your company to them.”


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