Crape Myrtle Bark Scale is an exotic scale pest that was discovered in the U.S. only 10 years ago in the Dallas area. It has slowly spread to other states and is now common in Shreveport and East Texas. Call us for treatment options.
Hypoxylon Canker Oak Disease
If your oaks look like this, or are dropping limbs, then you have hypoxylon canker. Call us for a risk assessment.
Pines are a soft wood tree, they can easily topple, or be sheared, in high wind. If you have Pine Beetles, this is more likely to happen. Call today for treatment/prevention options.
Fire blight is a bacterial disease that presents dead, blackened branch tips and leaves as a telltale sign of the disease. Check your Bradford Pear, Apple and Crabapple trees for this bacteria. We can take care of this infection.
Powdery Mildew on your Crape Myrtles? We've got a solution for you.
Lace bugs are a problem on azaleas each year in Louisiana. Lace bug adults and nymphs feed with piercing, sucking mouthparts, and this injury to leaf cells causes the upper surface of the foliage to appear stippled and gray in color.
Emerald Ash Borer
The emerald ash borer was discovered in Webster Parish near Shongaloo, according to Wood Johnson, an entomologist with the U.S. Forest Service. It's probably already in other Northern Louisiana parishes.