We recommend professional Root Fertilization. A healthy tree is better able to deal with negative environmental factors when they do occur. Anthracnose weakens trees, and root fertilization is the perfect way to strengthen them.
Note: Although there are products available to treat Anthracnose, we do not recommend them. In the case of leaf drop or failing to leaf on time, we feel that if a tree only suffers from this situation once every three or four years, on average, it’s not worth treating on a yearly basis. Why incur a yearly expense for something that may not even be an issue? In cases where leaves have brown or black spots as a results of Anthracnose, but remain on the tree, we also feel that this situation is not severe enough to require yearly treatment.