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Sudden Oak Death

Sudden Oak Death Prevention and Treatment

Oak Trees become weakened over time from drought, water logging, and frost pests. We can help save your trees from Sudden Oak Death. 

Sudden Oak Death

What is Sudden Oak Death Tree Disease:

Here on Cape Cod,  recent defoliation caused by Gypsy moth and Winter moth, along with Gall Wasp infestation, and lack of rain are all contributing factors.

As years of stress continue, Oak tree decline becomes more obvious. Dieback from tips of branches, sparse foliage on branches along with early leaf drop are some of the signs of Sudden Oak Death.

During times of stress, common forest fungus create rootlike structures, growing through the soil on to healthy roots girdling then killing large buttress roots.


Sudden Oak Death Treatment:

After an onsite complementary evaluation with one of our arborist's, Holbrook House will propose a course of action to help save your oak trees.

Research along with our years of experience has shown tree trunk injections, with fungicide root stimulator, along with ground injections with kelp and humates aerate the soil, allowing good bacteria to thrive reducing root attack.

For more information about how Holbrook House Farm identifies the diseases and conditions that cause Sudden Oak Death, or for a free evaluation of your oak trees, please give John Holbrook a call today:

Call Us at 508-362-3388 or email johnholbrook@comcast.net


Sudden Oak Tree Death Causes

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Many Cape Cod oak trees are falling victim to Sudden Oak Death. John Holbrook identifies the diseases and conditions that cause Sudden Oak Death. Holbrook's advanced treatments are highly effective and can help save your valuable oak trees on Cape Cod.

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