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Ash, Oak, Elm, & Crabapple
Tree Treatment

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TitleTown Pest Pros
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday
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Office: (920)-422-7378
Bed Bugs: (920)-609-9801
24 Hour Emergency Service Available
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Emerald Ash Borer (E.A.B)

Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is an insect that is native to Asia. It has been rapidly spreading across the U.S. They were discovered in Brown County in July of ‘09 and in Outagamie County, February of ‘15. The Wisconsin DNR has quarantined the whole state due to EAB being discovered throughout Wisconsin. If you would like to prevent your ash trees from infestation, the best course of action is treating with a systemic insecticide. This impressive insecticide is injected directly into the trunk near the root flare. Most effective when used as a preventative. We provide treatments from the second week of April through the second week of October. Call today to get a quote! 

What about Oak Wilt? 

Oak wilt occurs due to a fungus that attacks the vascular system of the tree where water moves. This fungus causes balloon like bumps “tyloses”and block the waters path throughout the tree. Once the movement of the water slows down, the leaves wilt and fall. Oak wilt is found in the following counties. Brown, Outagamie, Shawano, and Oconto. Oaks in the red oak group like northern red, northern pin are more likely to get oak wilt than the oaks in the white oak group. We provide trunk injections which have better results if used as a preventative instead of a curative.

 

To identify oak trees, look for bark that has deep fissures and ridges, giving it a scaly look. The bark color of oaks range from whitish-gray to dark, almost black. Their leaves are deeply lobed with pointed (red oak) or rounded (white oak) tips. Oak wilt is usually identified in red oaks by rapid leaf discoloration and wilting. Often the initial symptom is a subtle off-green color shift that may be visible in the upper portion of the tree crown.

Dutch elm disease (DED) is brought on by a dangerous fungal disease that elms such as American, rock, and slippery can be often more prone to getting it. This fungus attacks the water-conducting vessels causing them to clog, this stops all movement internally, causing the trees to wilt and die. Dutch elm disease is spread through elm bark beetles or by root graft. Early detection is key to protecting your elm tree(s). Flagging which is yellowing leaves on outer branches mid to late summer is an easy symptom to spot. We provide a trunk injection of a fungicide to protect your elm from getting Dutch elm disease.

 

Elm trees can be identified by their gray bark with deep furrows, pointed oval leaves that have double-serrated margins, and their large sprawling canopy. You can identify DED by if its leaves on one or more branches in the outer crown of the tree turn yellow.  

 

 

 

 

 

Apple scab is a fungal leaf disease that affects crabapple trees. Symptoms usually show late summer. Leaves have brown to black spots and usually turn yellow and fall off. Treatment is recommended if the tree is defoliated year after year in late summer. We provide a tree injection after the tree is done flowering and is in full leaf. You should see some improvement the first year but some leaf drop may still occur.

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Apple Scab

Dutch Elm Disease (D.E.D) 

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

"We had Titletown come in and help us out with a rodent problem last Fall. They were able to solve the problem way more quickly and cost efficient than we ever could have expected. I have referred them to my cousin and they helped her out and did just as great of a job. I look forward to having them help with our lawn this Spring!"

~ Aaron ~

WE'RE ONLY HAPPY WHEN YOU'RE HAPPY

The TTLPP Guarantee:

  • 30-Day Money Back Guarantee if problem is not solved

  • If pests return between regular on-going treatments, TitleTown Lawn & Pest Pros will return at no extra charge

  • If you are not satisfied with the service you receive don't pay,.. PERIOD

CUSTOMER SERVICE IS A #1 PRIORITY FOR US

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WHY HAVEN'T YOU CALLED YET?

Our specialized IPM programs are 100% SAFE and 100% EFFECTIVE. Despite our profession we do still have a deep love for animals, so trapping and containment methods are used when possible. We also never expect you to have to touch your pest, live or dead. They will always be removed by TitleTown Lawn & Pest Pros and properly disposed of or released into their natural environment.

If you think you might be dealing with a rodent infestation in your home or business or want to prevent it before it starts, call TitleTown Lawn & Pest Pros today for your 100% FREE ESTIMATE.

(920)-422-7378.

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