Tree Insect & Disease Control

Tree Insect and Disease Control in San Diego

Insects and diseases pose two of the most serious threats to your trees in North County San Diego.
If not monitored, insects and tree diseases can quickly turn your trees from assets into liabilities. Tree Barber uses a comprehensive approach to managing insects and diseases that start with maintaining proper tree health including pruning and creating ideal soil conditions. The healthier your trees are, the less chance of insect or disease damage.

Tree Barber’s Certified Arborist is thoroughly trained in the diagnosis and treatment of these problems. Although we are certified and licensed to treat these issues through spraying and trunk injection methods, we are very environmentally conscientious and apply only when necessary.

We are licensed by the State of California Department of Pesticide Regulation.

▸ Tree Insects Control

Hundreds of insect species cause damage to tree branches, trunks, roots, and foliage. Tree Barber’s arborist is trained and experienced to correctly identify and preserve the beneficial insects while effectively managing the damaging insects.

Common Tree Insects & Pests

▸ Tree Disease Control

Trees can become infected with diseases just like people. There are many different bacterial and fungal diseases that can cause damage to the health of your trees. Diseases are often more damaging because they sometimes affect the water and nutrient functions of the tree, which can cause further damage to surrounding landscape.

Common Tree Diseases

Contact Us

For more information about our pest & disease control or questions on the health of your trees, please feel free to contact us directly at 760.745.7871.

We’re proud to offer reliable and quality tree services to North County San Diego residents, including the communities of Bonsall, Carlsbad, Del Mar, Encinitas, Escondido, Fallbrook, Oceanside, Poway, Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Santa Fe, San Marcos, Solana Beach, and Vista.

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