Insect Management & Treatment

Insect Management

Our insect management program can protect your landscape from the damaging effects that may be caused by insect infestation. We begin with a thorough inspection of your landscape by a professionally trained arborist, expert diagnosis and treatment, and careful, routine, monitoring.

Harmful insects usually attack plants that are in poor health and/or under stress. Our arborists will make it their first priority to restore the health of your trees and shrubs, so that they can naturally resist harmful insects. Our insect management philosophy is to use low impact methods and ingredients to minimize populations of pest insects while maintaining ecological sustainability by preserving beneficial insects.

Common Insect Management Problems

Some insects are harmless to your trees and shrubs, but others can cause fatal results. Some of the most common insect pests include hemlock woolly adelgid, scale insects, winter moth and other caterpillars, and wood borering insects of many varieties.

Some insect species that we treat for include:

Boring Insects

Boring insects such as lilac, rhododendron, , and dogwood borers, bronze birch and emerald ash borers, and shot hole borers and elm bark beetles are life threatening insects. Without plant health care and/or insect management services, they can cause extensive damage by feeding in the conductive tissues of the trunk and larger branches. This feeding damage cuts off the supply of nutrients and water to the canopy usually resulting in death of the tree.

Spider Mites Treatment

Caterpillars

Many species of caterpillars, including winter moth and gypsy moth, can be especially harmful to trees. They feed on the leaves and fruit of trees and shrubs and can defoliate a tree, severely stressing it and putting it at risk for secondary pests or diseases.


We also offer insect management for:


Deer Tick Treatment

Tree Boring Insects Deer tick treatment is important for protecting your family and pets from exposure to Lyme disease infected ticks. This treatment is applied to the ecotone areas and sometimes to the lawn areas of your landscape to provide an immediate reduction in the number of ticks on your property. The ecotone is the boundary zone between lawn areas and wooded areas and is the preferred habitat of the deer tick. Treatment of tick population in this area of your yard is vital because according to published research, approximately 90% of deer ticks on a property will be found in the ecotone areas. We advocate deer tick control treatments at the end of May/early June and again in September as a minimum, and monthly treatments during the growing season as the maximum.
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Treatment of these species in the least intrusive manner is made possible by SavATree's technologically advanced scheduling system. We treat each species affecting your property at the most advantageous time to ensure efficacy and environmental integrity.

Not all insects are bad for plants and trees – case in point, bees. Bees play an extremely vital role in the lifecycle of plants.

Just as animals depend on leaving healthy descendants behind so that their species will not die out, plants, flowers and trees rely on the cross-pollination carried out by bees and other insects to ensure the continuation of their own species. Learn more about bees.


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SavATree offers a full range of tree, shrub and lawn services to the following locations:

Connecticut - Fairfield, Hartford, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Haven, New London, Tolland, Windham; Illinois - Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry County, Will; Maryland - Montgomery, Prince George's; New Hampshire - Rockingham; Massachusetts - Barnstable, Bristol, Essex, Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire, Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth, Rockingham, Suffolk, Worcester; Minnesota - Woodbury, Mendota Heights, Sunfish Lake, Twin Cities; New Jersey - Bergen, Burlington, Essex, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Somerset, Sussex, Union; New York - Bronx, Brooklyn, Columbia, Dutchess, Manhattan, Nassau, New York, Orange, Putnam, Queens, Rockland, Suffolk, Ulster, Westchester; Pennsylvania - Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Hampshire, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, Philadelphia, York; Virginia - Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun, Prince William; Washington, D.C.; Wisconsin - St. Croix, St. Paul, White Bear Lake, Still Water.