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Algae Control with Sonic Solutions
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Aquatic Weed Control
Invasive Species Control
Ornamentals & Tree Treatments
Commercial & Residential Lawn
Aeration and Overseeding
Aeration / overseeding is the process of removing cores of soil and applying seed in the same process. Aeration will relieve soil compaction and help manage thatch. The seeding process will introduce newer stronger varieties of turf into an established lawn. Aeration and overseeding is recommended in the fall. An investment in aeration / overseeding pays off with a thicker healthier lawn. Ask us for a quote.
Emerald Ash Borer
Emerald Ash Borer, an insect that kills ash trees, has killed and forced removal of millions of ash trees since it was first discovered in Michigan in 2002. It was first identified in NY in 2009 and as of 2016 there are 34 New York counties with quarantines in affect. EAB has also been confirmed in Mallorytown, Ontario (less then 5 miles from St. Lawrence County). Left untreated, infected ash trees will die. Fortunately, there are treatments that will protect and save infected trees.
With the discovery of EAB in NY, it’s inevitable that ash trees in Northern New York will be affected. Left untreated, infected ash trees will die. Fortunately, there are treatments that will protect and save infected trees. To learn how to identify infected trees and when to treat them, visit http://www.arborjet.com/index.php/post/emerald_ash_borer/
In an effort to help save our trees, we became trained in how to use the Arborjet Systemic Injection Technology. The system places insecticide directly into the vascular system of the tree, allowing the tree to circulate it so that it can reach the larvae that are hiding beneath the bark. To read about how the system works, visit http://www.arborjet.com/index.php/why_arborjet/the_arborplug_advantage/
To learn more about EAB and where it has been found so far: http://emeraldashborer.info/index.cfm
For information specific to New York State: http://www.dec.ny.gov/animals/7253.html
Don’t know if you have any ash trees? Click here to find tree identification guides: http://www.emeraldashborer.info/identifyashtree.cfm
Contact us at (315)376-6509 for help deciding on management options for your Ash.