If your beech tree has bark that is cracked or oozing, your valuable tree may be infected with the Nectria Coccinea fungus, commonly known as Beech Bark Disease. Treatment for this problem is not an exact science. Even researchers disagree as to the exact course of action to take. Bug Busters stays on top of the latest research and findings to do as much as possible to save your centuries old trees. We’ll test the calcium levels in the soil and amount of irrigation your tree receives to fine tune the conditions and determine what else should be done to preserve your beech tree.
- cracked and stained bark
- major deadwood in the crown of the tree
- smaller leaves and early leaf drop