Fire Blight Treatment

Ross Tree is an expert in Fire Blight treatment. Fire blight is a bacterial disease that affects apple, pear, quince and crabapple trees. Symptoms include dead branches, water soaked blossoms, blackened leaves, discolored bark, black twigs, and dried fruits. The blight is common in the Denver Metro area and spreads by insects, splashing rain, or contaminated pruning tools. We use a mix of pruning, trunk injections and chemical sprays to treat this disease. The best time to prune Fire blight affected trees is mid-winter. Click here to fill out a request service form or call 303-871-9121 to discuss Fire Blight treatment options with Ross Tree.

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