The experienced Little Rock certified arborists at David’s Tree Service provide tree injections to take care of common tree problems such as lack of nutrients and seed production. Use either, or both, type of injection to help your tree’s health and eradicate the need to pick up after trees that produce flowers and seeds. After our arborists examine your tree’s health and whether or not it is a tree that requires the deflowering agent, we will use the right tree injection formula to aid in keeping your tree healthy. Best of all, we recycle the syringes used in tree injections, leaving no waste behind.
Tree Injection Options
There are a wide variety of tree injections available on the market for what your tree needs, including fertilizers, pest control, and deflowering injections. At David’s Tree Service, we offer fertilizer injections as well as injections that thwart the production of seeds and other fruits.
When you use a fertilizer tree injection, you work towards mitigating future tree problems by adding nutrients to the tree before it shows signs of disease or decay. The fertilizer tree injections we use include nutrients that have a balanced formula, supplementing whatever minerals the soil may be lacking.
In addition to injections focused on nutrients, deflowering tree injections provide a solution for a problem you might not have known you could prevent. If your trees produce flowers, fruits, nuts, and seeds, you may have had to clean up after the debris they leave behind or take measures such as moving vehicles out from under trees producing nuts. Get rid of this problem before it starts by using a tree injection with a deflowering agent!
A deflowering tree injection such as the ones we offer at David’s Tree Service prevents trees from producing seeds so you don’t have to deal with fruits, seeds such as nuts, or “gumballs” that notoriously drop from sweetgum trees. Finally, you’ll get some peace from picking up the debris trees leave behind, leaving your yard looking better longer and reducing the need to remove what is a relatively healthy tree from the property.
How to Schedule Tree Injections
After you have scheduled a tree injection appointment, one of our certified arborists will inspect the tree on your property to ensure it can withstand a tree injection. A series of small holes are drilled into the tree’s trunk, closer to the base, and the injection is inserted.
The amount of time needed to complete the tree injection process will vary based on conditions such as the tree’s diameter and the number of trees that need treatment, among others. The costs associated with tree injections can vary as well. For instance, treating a tree that is 18 inches in diameter costs around $200. Tree injections can be completed on a semiannual basis, but only by certified arborists who have the knowledge and experience to treat trees.
Trees may seem like self-sufficient plants, but in reality, in order to maintain healthy trees, regular tree trimming must take place. Tree trimming has many added benefits beyond simply making them look nice. Take a…
Occasional tree trimming not only addresses problems, but it helps keep trees healthy and attractive. But when is the best time to have your trees trimmed? The answer is, it depends both on why you’re…
Storm season in Arkansas means preparing for potential damage to your home or landscaping, including trees. However, there are steps you can take now to make sure your trees last through storm season. David's Tree…
Once the tree injection process is complete, you can allow kids and pets in your yard as you usually would. Unlike tree treatment processes that use harsh chemicals, tree injections provide nutrients and other agents directly into the tree’s base without mess or toxic chemicals.
Ready to improve your tree’s health and stop problems before they start? Contact David’s Tree Service today to schedule a time for one of our certified arborists to inspect your trees!