What Is Fire Blight?
Fire blight is a disease that can affect the trees and bushes in your yard and ruin the whole plant. Often, fire blight only affects fruit trees (such as apple trees), though this disease can also affect or spread to rose bushes and photinia shrubs. This disease can be easily spotted, as the leaves of your trees or plants will quickly start to have red spots. Red cankers on your fruits or roses are also signs of fire blight. Finally, if your plants, roses, or bushes are withering, then you may also have a fire blight problem.
When you notice these major issues, it’s a good idea to give us a call immediately. Fire blight can quickly spread to other parts of your yard in a variety of ways — including through your pruning tools and even rain! Therefore, it’s always best to solve this problem before it infects your whole entire yard. But don’t worry — we can help! Our team understands the worry fire blight can cause, so we work quickly to get the job done. To learn more about our fire blight treatments in Dallas, TX, talk with Tufts Tree Service at (469) 528-0494 today!
Our Fire Blight Treatments
It’s always best to help your diseased tree before this disease kills your entire tree or plant. Unfortunately, there actually isn’t a known way to cure fire blight. Instead, we have to work to keep this disease from spreading to the rest of your tree or plant — and to other plants and trees in your yard. Therefore, it’s best to give us a call immediately once you notice these fire blight symptoms. We can work quickly to slow the spread of this disease and keep your fruit trees and rose bushes in the best shape possible.
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Interested in learning more about our many different tree services? Whether you’re having a cottonwood borer problem or need help with the spread of fire blight, we can help! Our team is highly trained to deal with all of your tree worries. Talk with Tufts Tree Service about fire blight treatment in Dallas, TX today at (469) 528-0494 to learn how we can specifically help you!