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Plant Health Care

The focus of Plant Health Care is the proper care and planning that keeps your trees and shrubs healthy. Beaudry Arbor Care can help you manage insects, diseases, and plant nutrition to keep the valuable trees, shrubs, and flowers healthy in your landscape. We use the latest approved best practices from the ISA, MDARD, and MSU to diagnose, and treat plant and tree disorders. Integrated Pest Management methods are used to accurately target insect pests who pose a threat to precious landscape plants and trees. 


Protect & Preserve Your Landscape

Beaudry Arbor Care Plant Health Care Services:

  • Tree and shrub identification

  • Disease diagnosis and treatment

  • Soil Testing for composition and available nutrients

  • Property inspections, with consultation and a detailed summary

  • Deep Root Soil Injected Fertilization for trees, shrubs, and flower beds 

  • Insect pest identification & control 

  • Invasive plant/tree identification and removal


Integrated Pest Management

At Beaudry Arbor Care, we follow the latest IPM methods and tools. Integrated Pest Management is the process of evaluating pest problems, choosing appropriate management techniques, and integrating those techniques into a management program. The goal of IPM is to reduce pests and their damage to an acceptable level by using the most appropriate and most effective tactics available.

Common Plant and Tree Pests in Southwest Michigan with links:


Ornamental Plant & Tree Disease Management

At Beaudry Arbor Care we can help diagnose and treat disorders caused by living organisms, as well as abiotic disorders caused by nonliving factors. 

Common Ornamental Plant & Tree Diseases in Michigan with links

When to call an Arborist?

Here are some signs to look for that may tell you it is time to have an Arborist take a look at your trees or shrubs.

  • Leaf or needle discoloration: yellowed, brown, black, or other forms of discolored leaves or needles 

  • Swollen, bleeding, wet areas on branches or the trunk of the tree 

  • Fungal fruiting bodies on any part of the tree

  • Tip dieback: the ends of branches are bare, or have stunted or very little growth 

  • Residue on cars, decks, and patios. This can be a sign of insect feeding 

  • Shedding of leaves during spring/summer

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