Midland Tree Service was established in 1985 by Arlen Fisher (the Permian Basins 1st ISA Cert. Arborist). We are constantly raising the standard in tree care and are now proud to have the only team of certified arborist in the Permian Basin. Midland Tree Service has been a family owned and operated business since 1985. We have been serving the Permian Basin for over 35 years. We provide year-round services to residential and commercial customers. In order to provide you, our valued customer, with the best possible services, we remain abreast of the latest changes and innovations affecting the professional arborist.
Midland Tree Service is a highly dependable and respectable company that offers fair prices and professional and friendly service. We also bring professionalism, skilled workers, and excellent customer satisfaction to the tree care industry. Our 24 hour responsive service ensures that we are only a phone call away should an emergency arise. We are very flexible and more than willing to work with you to try and meet your needs.
Our company pays special attention to the details of every project to ensure the complete satisfaction of each client. Our goal is to enhance the exterior of your home, raise your property value, and beautify your whole neighborhood.
Your satisfaction is our priority and we strive to provide a service we are proud of. We start every project by providing a thorough consultation to understand your goals and the needs of the job. We do this to guarantee that the project is completed according to your preferences.
Healthy plants begin with healthy soils. Fertilization is just the start. Adjusting soil pH and ensuring adequate organic matter is present are also key to healthy soils. For plants in urban and suburban soils, Midland Tree Service can simulate the potential conditions for growth found in nature.
Trees become infested with insect pests and diseases because they are in stress and sick. Mother Nature then sends in the clean up crews. Insects and pathogens are just doing their job - trying to take out the unfit plants. Most plant sickness is environmental - too much water, not enough water, too much fertilizer, wrong kind of fertilizer, toxic chemical pesticides, compaction of soil, grade changes, ill-adapted plant varieties and/or over planting single plant species and creating mono cultures, as was done with American elms in the Northwest and the red oak/live oak communities in certain parts of the South.
The control of insects/diseases often involves tree spraying, trunk injections or soil injections. Many tree care companies that offer tree pruning or tree removal also offer tree spraying. The equipment used for tree spraying can be as small as a backpack sprayer all the way up to a 1000 gallon tank trunk.
Oak wilt is a major disease problem on live oaks, Spanish oaks, water oaks, black jack oaks and other members of the red oak family. Vast areas of the Texas Hill Country have been devastated by the fungus that causes the disease called oak wilt. Researchers, foresters and Extension workers at Texas A&M University have developed a program to stop this needless loss of one of Texas’s most precious natural resources. This program is known as the “Eight Step Program to Oak Wilt Management.” When implementing any disease management program, it is important to start early in the disease development.
One of the main reasons consumers initially contact an arborist is to determine the cause of a plant problem or condition or to identify and treat a pest infestation. This is an area Midland Tree Service arborists excel in due to the continual training they receive on the latest problems and diagnostic techniques. The support our arborists receive from the diagnostic facilities allows us to service our clients in a way our competitors cannot.
Pruning is the most common tree maintenance procedure. Although forest trees grow quite well with only nature's pruning, landscape trees require a higher level of care to maintain their safety and aesthetics. Pruning should be done with an understanding of how the tree responds to each cut. Improper pruning can cause damage that will last for the life of the tree, or worse, shorten the tree's life.
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