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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.
Dutch Elm Disease (D.E.D)
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!"
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DO I NEED TO BE HOME?No, we understand that you people are busy like us. If you are not able to be there for your scheduled visit, your technician will inform you on how to handle the situation. You will always receive a full work order of any work performed at your house, whether you are present or not.
HOW LONG DOES TREATMENT LAST?Mouse control is an ongoing process, depending on the severity of the infestation and whether they are in your home or around your commercial property. We may come quarterly, monthly, or even weekly. There are a variety of treatment methods for mice, ranging from blocking their access to your home (exclusion), to snap traps or rodent bait. Some situations require external devices, others do not. Your technician will discuss their treatment and frequency recommendation with you when they come for service. For residential homes, on average, it take about 3 weeks to get them out and keep them out.
IS TREATMENT SAFE FOR PETS AND FAMILY?Interior: Yes, any materials used indoors will be approved by the EPA for use inside of homes or commercial properties. They will be housed in tamper-proof equipment to protect your family, customers, and even fur babies. Exterior: Yes, any materials used outdoors will be approved by the EPA for use around the exterior of homes or commercial properties. They will be housed in tamper-proof equipment to protect your family, customers, and even fur babies.
HOW LONG DOES THE SERVICE TAKE?The initial inspection will take no longer than an hour and a half for an average job. Multi-Unit properties may take longer. The length and frequency of follow-up treatments will depend on the severity of your issue and the size of the treatment area. 30-minutes is average.
HOW SOON CAN YOU GET HERE?Our goal is to help you in the shortest time possible. We make every effort to be there the same or next day.
WHY DO I HAVE MICE?Mice and other rodents are experts when it comes to searching for and finding water, food sources and warmth. While many falsely believe that only “dirty” places have rodent problems, even the cleanest of humans can have issues. The problem has more to do with the exterior of a dwelling and whether there are openings that allow rodents to enter than it does with cleanliness. That’s not to say that leaving food and garbage out isn’t a contributing factor to a rodent issue. Where the absence of food and garbage doesn’t necessarily mean rodents won’t come, leaving food and garbage out will encourage them. Mice and rats can scale buildings, jump, and squeeze through openings that are much smaller than them, so it’s pretty easy for them to quickly infest a home. (Mice = 1/4 Hole, Rats = 1/2 Hole) A TitleTown Lawn & Pest Pros pest technician will help you identify and treat the areas on the outside of your building that may be giving these pests access to your home.
HOW DO I GET RID OF MICE?The key to “getting rid” of mice comes in two parts. You need to eliminate the mice that are in your home already so they don’t multiply, but you also must find out how they made their way inside in the first place and prevent it from happening again. As you could have guessed, preventing access to your home comes down to what measures you are taking on the outside of your home. Common entry points are through gaps in doors and window frames, where pipes and cables enter your home, and even through vents. Our pest technicians will not only help eliminate your current mouse or rodent problem, but they will also help to prevent them from coming back in the future.
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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.