Meriden CT Tree Service & Tree Removal

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Providing Tree Services to Meriden CT, New Haven County, and over 95 Connecticut Cities and Towns

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What Meriden CT Customers Have To Say

“They showed up on time ready and prepare as planned. They were extremely safe and very professional. It was kind of entertaining watching the crane and the guys lowered into the tree to attach the tree limbs to the crane and then cut it and lifted it out without any complications. They were more than efficient and did a hell of a job. They cleaned up their mess you had no idea that they were there except for the trees are gone. The price was right and I highly recommend anyone to try them. You will say the same. I took many videos and was very entertained watching the process. Eric did what he said he would do and his guys did a Great job. I will have more work for him next year and I will be bringing him back. Thanks again Eric and your crew.” – David, Meriden, CT Customer

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Did you know?

While the gypsy moth may be the most well known predator of oaks in Connecticut, the oak leafroller, oak leaftier, and oak skeletonizer are three additional pests than can cause harm to your oak trees.

The oak leafroller can infect various types of oak trees. This moth lays its eggs in oval masses on the barks of host trees in July. The egg masses overwinter on the tree and hatch when the tree begins to bloom. After hatching, the moth’s larvae web together, rolling the tree’s leaves to form shelter and feeding on the tree’s leaves. This practice results in damaged leaves and can result in defoliation with heavy infestations. Most damage from this pest will be observable by late June. Otherwise healthy trees can typically survive one year of damage from this pest.

The oak leftier can infest all oak types, but is most commonly found on red oaks. Larvae of this species hatch in April and chew on the season’s developing buds and leaves. With heavy infestations, a large percentage of buds may be destroyed. Parasites usually keep populations of the oak leftier in check, but outbreaks can still occur.

Thirdly, the oak skeletonizer can also infect oak trees. Larvae of this species spin small, distinctive, flat white circular webs on the undersides of leaves. When disturbed, these larvae drop on silk threads and hang mid air. Larvae feed on leaves of oak trees and skeletonize the leaves. Excess damage can leave a tree vulnerable to infestations of other insects.

No matter what type of pest may be affecting your oak tree, it’s important to identify the cause and determine if treatment is necessary. As a licensed arborist, Eric and his crew are ready to assist you in keeping your property healthy and vibrant. Call or text Eric to schedule your free consultation today.

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Eric’s Tree Service
38 Dean Rd
East Lyme, CT 06333

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