Season Long Spray Programs
We visit your property every 4-6 weeks to spray during the growing season and deep root feed in the fall. This is a must for an expensive landscape with many varieties of plants. Prevention is the key for most problems associated with ornamental trees and shrubs.
Ornamental and native plant disease prevention application can still be made now to prevent leaf drop later in the season. Throughout the growing season we apply top quality materials to control leaf eating insects and foliar fungus on a variety of landscape plants and trees.
We provide environmentally safe spray, targeting specific damaging plant pests, especially scale insects and mites. This material can be applied prior or post growing season, controlling insects in their dormant stages.
Gypsy Moth Control
These caterpillars can devastate your shade and ornamental trees as well as litter your property with fecal droppings. Gypsy moths can be controlled with one spray.
These resilient worms can destroy evergreens before you ever see them. But we monitor their hatching period so you don't need to, and when the time is right we strike! Whether you call it bagworm control, spray or treatment, count on Delaware Valley Spray Service and you'll call bagworms dead!
Deep Root Feeding
Slow release liquid fertilizer and organic materials injected into the root system is extremely beneficial for root development and plant health and can be performed in Spring or Fall depending on the situation.
This is a winter protectant/anti-desiccant spray for broadleaf and needled evergreens. This service is also used to protect newly installed plantings against moisture loss.
Basal Systemic Insecticide
This is a liquid or granular material applied to the base of the tree for systemic uptake into the canopy. The insecticide will provide season long control on a variety of pests that feed on trees, including the Emerald Ash Borer. This service can be used if spraying is not an option.
Tree and shrub services are provided by Chris O'Brien. Chris became a NJ Certified Tree Expert in 1996 as an employee of Richard May Tree Service. He joined the team at Delaware Valley Spray Service in 2000 where he learned to be an expert in tree spraying and related services.