We Mitigate The Disease or Insect Problem and Address the Overall Health of Your Trees, Too

The presence of insects and diseases on your trees and shrubs is frequently the symptom of a larger problem which is making them vulnerable to attack. Healthy, well maintained plants are not typically prone to such outbreaks. That’s why it is important to treat the insect or disease while also addressing the underlying cause.

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Insects are one of the biggest enemies of the trees we love. With so many different species that can cause damage to your trees and shrubs make sure to hire an expert to assess and perform the appropriate treatments. Our trained experts are trained to treat your trees with minimal environmental impact at the appropriate times. We take the environment very seriously here at Utah Tree Works and strive to constantly use the safest and most effective methods available to keep your pesky insects at bay.

Our Pest Control Strategy Includes:

  • Injections: Soil and trunk injections place the materials where they are easily absorbed by the plants and quickly control the damaging pests.
  • Spray Treatments: Primarily using eco-friendly, bio-rational materials, we limit the impact of damaging pests.
  • Manual Control: This is the most expensive and time-consuming method. Cocoons, egg masses or the insects themselves can be removed by hand. This is not a solution that is often used, but it is always an option.


Our professionals are trained to identify diseases, fungi, bacteria, and other illnesses most common in the state of Utah. We will identify the issues your trees and plants are facing and recommend proper treatments at an affordable price.

Catching disease early means that you won’t have to cut down the whole tree or that it won’t involuntarily come crashing down potentially hurting your property, or worse, a loved one. Here are signs your tree may be suffering from disease:

  • The canopy is thinning or there are completely bare branches with no leaves or flowers.
  • There are leaves that are discolored, undersized, blotchy, spotty, or just overall abnormal to how they usually look.
  • There are vertical cracks up the tree or there are marks in which no bark grows.
  • There are segments of dry, brittle, or dead wood.
  • There are signs of decay like mushrooms, wood conchs, and other types of fungi.
  • Properly diagnosing tree with the right disease can go a long way in the treatment of your tree.

Call Utah Tree Works and we’ll be there to do just that!

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