2808 County Road V
Franksville, WI 53126

(262) 886-6297

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Plant Health Care: Insects, Disease & Diagnosis

Deep Root Feeding (Trees and Shrub)- Soil Enhancement

  • Provide annual feeding to promote growth, enhance flowering, and help maintain health and vigor.
  • Enhance the soil's microbial activity to provide elements that keep trees healthy and able to withstand winter and summer stress.
  • Promote root, tip, and leaf vitality.
  • Increase resistance to insects and disease

Emerald Ash Borer Prevention

Emerald ash borer (EAB), is an exotic beetle that was discovered in Southeastern Michigan near Detroit in the summer of 2002. The adult beetles nibble on ash foliage but cause little damage. The larvae (the immature stage) feed on the inner bark of ash trees, disrupting the tree's ability to transport water and nutrients and eventually kills the ash tree. Ash trees can be treated to prevent the Ash borer and should the borer be present, the treatment will also kill the insect and its larvae if the tree isn't too infested and past the point of return. This treatment is completed every 2 years. Call now to have one of our licensed applicators evaluate and treat your tree in either the Spring, Summer, or Fall.

Emerald Ash Borer Prevention with Perfecturf Lawn Care

“A” is an untreated tree, and “B” is a tree that is treated with our product.


Apple Scab Treatment with Perfecturf Lawn Care

Apple Scab Treatments

Protect your flowering crabapple trees!

Flowering crabapples add color and beauty to many landscapes. However, each year they become diseased resulting in yellow leaves and defoliation by early summer. The cause of this problem is a fungus disease known as apple scab.

If you have crabapple trees on your property. Perfecturf LawnCare LLC completes 3 foliar sprays in early spring that will prevent apple scab from destroying your trees.


Selective Pruning with Perfecturf Lawn Care

Oak Wilt Prevention

Oak wilt is a disease caused by the fungus that is specific to oaks. The fungus is spread through root grafts between neighboring trees and by insects. Red oaks are particularly susceptible to oak wilt. The infection causes leaf discoloration, defoliation, and death in a very short period (from two months to one year). If you have a feature oak tree in your yard that you don't want to lose it is critical to have it treated. Oak wilt is in our area with trees lost every year due to this deadly fungus. 


Dormant Selective Pruning

Selective pruning of bushes and trees is offered to trim criss-cross branches and to thin out the canopy allowing oxygen and nutrients to be absorbed by the trees and bushes for proper growth and health!