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How Preservation Tree is Continuing to Heal Trees at the Dallas Baptist University Campus

Earlier this year, we started a tree recovery project at the Dallas Baptist University. Trees around the campus were showing severe chlorosis as well as other health problems. Left untreated, many of these trees probably would not have survived. The University called  in our experts to help rehabilitate and heal the trees. Using special injections of micronutrients and disease treatments into the vascular system of the trees through their root flares, we’ve seen excellent results.. 16-months after we began treatment, the trees are returning to their former healthy state. The difference is pretty amazing, as you can see in the photos below.

Dbu Progression Photos 1

Our staff is kept up-to-date on the latest Arborjet treatments.

Dbu Progression Photos 2

Before and after nutrient injections.

Tree injections that deliver necessary nutrients, anti-fungal products and other treatments directly into a tree’s vascular system can heal a sick tree much more quickly than topical methods. Injections can also be a much more Eco-friendly option, as no products are sprayed into the surrounding environment.

We’ll continue to follow the journey back to health for these trees and update you on their improving health. If you find your trees to look yellowed, bare, weakened or in general poor health, please call us for a professional consultation. Waiting to start necessary treatments could result in the loss of your valuable tree and potentially property damage along with it.

Entry Info

Categories: Tree Nutrition
Tags: arborist, chlorosis
Posted: September 21, 2016