817-656-8733

Tree Care Specialists

For expert assistance with tree and plant care in Southlake or surrounding areas, contact Alpine Tree Service today! We hold an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, are members of the International Society of Arboriculture and the Tree Care Industry Association, and winners of 12 consecutive Angie’s List Super Service Awards.

 

Consultations

What is included:

  • On-site time with Arborist
  • Thorough site inspection with holistic approach for plant health issues
  • Assess sick trees
  • Evaluate trees for pruning needs
  • Answer client questions about trees/landscape
  • Provide work estimates
  • Referrals for work out of company scope

 

Also available:

  • Written reports
  • Tree risk assessments
  • Tree inventories

 

 

 

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Call today or request online. If it's after business hours we'll be in touch the next business-day morning.

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TREE DISEASES IN NORTH TEXAS

  • Spider Mites
    Spider Mites
  • Spider Mites
    Spider Mites
    Spider mites cause damage to plants by sucking out cell contents. Major infestations can cause severe stress and defoliation.
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  • Crapemyrtle Bark Scales
    Crapemyrtle Bark Scales
  • Crapemyrtle Bark Scales
    Crapemyrtle Bark Scales
    Crapemyrtle bark scales can cause unsightly sooty mold on branches and leaves, reduce blooming, cause branch dieback, and reduce cold hardiness of affected plants.
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  • Lacebugs
    Lacebugs
  • Lacebugs
    Lacebugs
    Lacebugs damage plants by sucking photosynthetic fluids from the leaves. Affected trees are stressed, and foliage appears dull and spotted with unsightly fecal deposits.
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  • Woolly Aphids
    Woolly Aphids
  • Woolly Aphids
    Woolly Aphids
    Woolly aphids are sucking pests that infest trees, usually in late summer. They leave a fuzzy white mess on the foliage, drip honeydew beneath the tree, and cause stress by feeding on photosynthetic fluids.
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  • Bagworms
    Bagworms
  • Bagworms
    Bagworms
    Bagworms create cocoons camouflaged by foliage of the infested tree. They emerge from the cocoons and feed on foliage, sometimes completely defoliating trees, and even causing death.
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  • Soft Scales
    Soft Scales
  • Soft Scales
    Soft Scales
    Soft scales infest many different types of trees. As parasites, they feed on the sap, robbing the tree of energy. Soft scales also produce honeydew that can be a nuisance.
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  • Armored Scales
    Armored Scales
  • Armored Scales
    Armored Scales
    Armored scales appear as white or brown specks on leaves. They feed on the tree and cause discoloration, dieback, or even death. Honeydew is not present with armored scales.
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  • Sawfly Larvae
    Sawfly Larvae
  • Sawfly Larvae
    Sawfly Larvae
    Most sawfly larvae appear once annually in late spring. They can completely defoliate large trees in a matter of days, causing significant stress and aesthetic damage to host trees.
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  • Wood-boring Insects
    Wood-boring Insects
  • Wood-boring Insects
    Wood-boring Insects
    Wood-boring insects cause major damage to trees by consuming the vascular tissue beneath the bark, reducing water and nutrient movement throughout the tree. They most commonly affect stressed trees, and often lead to tree death if left untreated.
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  • Hypoxylon Canker
    Hypoxylon Canker
  • Hypoxylon Canker
    Hypoxylon Canker
    Hypoxylon canker is a disease of stressed trees. It attacks trees with weakened immune systems and is often fatal. Maintaining tree vigor is the best defense against Hypoxylon canker.
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  • Anthracnose
    Anthracnose
  • Anthracnose
    Anthracnose
    Anthracnose is a weather –influenced fungal disease of many species that can cause tree stress, defoliation, branch dieback, and unsightly appearance.
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  • Leaf Spots
    Leaf Spots
  • Leaf Spots
    Leaf Spots
    Leaf spots can be caused by a variety of pathogens. They are usually influenced by weather, and lead to leaf drop and tree stress.
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  • Cotton Root Rot
    Cotton Root Rot
  • Cotton Root Rot
    Cotton Root Rot
    A white, cottony fungal fruiting body is often present with cotton root rot. The fungus congests vascular tissue in the plant, causing them to quickly dry out and die.
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  • Rusts
    Rusts
  • Rusts
    Rusts
    Rusts can be present on many types of plants, and often require multiple species to complete their life cycle. They manifest themselves as rust colored spots, or pustules on the leaves of infected trees.
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  • Bacterial Leaf Scorch
    Bacterial Leaf Scorch
  • Bacterial Leaf Scorch
    Bacterial Leaf Scorch
    Bacterial leaf scorch is an vascular infection that damages the water conducting tissue of the affected plant.
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  • Seiridium Canker
    Seiridium Canker
  • Seiridium Canker
    Seiridium Canker
    Seiridium canker is a fungal disease that affects cypresses and junipers in our area. Unfortunately, there are no available controls except to remove the infected material to reduce chances of spreading the infection.
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  • Ganoderma
    Ganoderma
  • Ganoderma
    Ganoderma
    Ganoderma is a fungus that attacks structural support roots of a tree. Presence of fruiting conks suggests that it has likely been active for a prolonged period. There is no treatment and infected trees should be examined for stability.
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  • Fire Blight
    Fire Blight
  • Fire Blight
    Fire Blight
    Fire blight is a bacterial infection that enters through flower buds in the spring. It is sometimes localized to the flowers, but can spread throughout the tree.
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  • Powdery mildew
    Powdery mildew
  • Powdery mildew
    Powdery mildew
    Powdery mildew is a common issue with spring rains and can affect buds, shoots, flowers, or leaves. Damaged tissues may be dwarfed, distorted, discolored, or drop from the tree.
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  • Chlorosis
    Chlorosis
  • Chlorosis
    Chlorosis
    Chlorosis is typically caused by nutrient deficiencies, but may also be the result of overwatering, planting too deeply, or other stresses. Chlorotic trees are much more predisposed to diseases, insect pests, and environmental extremes.
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1900 Brumlow Avenue Southlake, TX 76092

817-656-8733