Insect & Disease Treatment

Trees are an integral part of the natural ecosystem, and they provide numerous benefits to humans and animals alike. However, trees can be affected by disease and insect infestation, which can lead to significant damage. By understanding the signs and symptoms of common tree diseases and insect infestations, homeowners can take steps to protect their trees from these problems.


Tree diseases are caused by various fungi, bacteria, and other pathogens. If tree disease is left untreated, it can cause significant damage to the tree. The tree may lose its leaves, branches, and even its trunk. In some cases, the tree may die. Tree diseases can also make trees more susceptible to insect infestations and other problems. Not only does this harm the tree, but it can also pose a danger to people and property if the tree falls over.

Signs of tree disease include yellowing or browning leaves, wilting branches, and cankers. If you suspect your tree has a disease, it is important to get a diagnosis and treatment.

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If your tree does get sick, there are a number of treatment options available. These include pruning, chemical treatments, and biological controls. However, the best way to treat tree disease is to prevent it from happening in the first place. This can be done by planting disease-resistant trees and keeping them healthy with proper care.

Grub Control Treatments

If you are noticing issues with your palo verde trees or with agave plants, they may be suffering from grub infestations.

We offer grub control treatments for both palo verde root borers and agave snout weevils.


Trees can also be harmed by insect infestations. Some insects feed on the leaves, while others bore into the trunk or branches. Insect infestations can cause significant damage to trees and may even kill them.

Signs of an insect infestation include chewed leaves, sawdust-like material on the trunk or branches, and small holes in the bark. If you notice any of these signs, it is important to get your trees treated as soon as possible.


There are a few main things you can do to help prevent insect infestations and disease in your trees. These include:


Most trees usually need 1-2 inches of water per week delivered to their root zone, depending on the weather.


Mulch helps to keep roots cool and moist and also prevents weeds from competing for water and nutrients.


Pruning helps to remove dead or dying branches which can be a breeding ground for insects and diseases.


Fertilizer provides trees with the nutrients they need to stay healthy.


Certain insects and diseases can cause significant damage to trees. Left untreated, these insects can kill a tree or significantly reduce its lifespan. Titan Tree Care offers treatment for various insects and diseases to help protect your trees from harm. Our experienced arborists will evaluate the health of your trees and recommend the best course of action to keep them healthy and looking their best. Contact us today to learn more about our insect & disease treatment services. We look forward to helping you protect your trees!


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