Before and After Oak Wilt Treatment
The City Arborist and local arborists told the customer to let the tree die and then remove it. The tree has had several fungicide treatments.
After one application of the BioGreen system: notice the new, light green foliage on the outside of the tree. This was 10-14 days after treatment. A spring application should bring back the full amount of foliage and restoration because of the additional chloroform production. See photos below:
This tree had active oak wilt in it in Feb. It had several large branches that had lost leaves. This pic was taken the next June. Our preventative product also has kept the oak wilt in check. It hasn’t moved to the other live oaks around it.
This tree had active oak wilt in it when we treated it. This was taken the next year in June. As you can see a complete recovery from oak wilt. We also shut down the oak wilt movement from the vector tree.
This tree had active oak wilt in it when we treated it 7 years ago.
These trees had oak wilt in the tops of them when we treated them in Feb. These pics we taken after they re-leaved at the end of May.
They were treated after other arborists had told the customer to cut them down because of oak wilt. They are now on the way to recovery.