Healthy, mature trees provide many benefits to residential and public spaces, season after season. They provide summer shade, fall color to your landscape and improve your property’s value. Now imagine your landscape with a beautiful tree, that seemingly overnight, turns into the one you see pictured here.
Phytophthora can wreck havoc on a tree and without detection and treatment can lead to your beloved tree’s demise. This week on #treechat, Jason Miller aka @DendriticCare, will join us and share a bit about this serious soil-borne disease. As a Registered Consulting Arborist and ISA board-certified master arborist, Jason takes a look at the disease and its affect on trees. From detection to treatment, he’ll help shed some light on this growing problem affecting healthy trees.
The live chat begins 8/13/13 at 11AM PST via Twitter, where we come together each week with industry experts and fellow tree tweeps to discuss all things related to trees and tree care, since 2010!
Topic Discussion Overview
Some of the main discussion points that will be covered during the live chat include;
Detection – understand the signs a tree has been affected with Phytophthora
Prevention – review the steps homeowners and property managers can take to help prevent infection
Treatment – learn about effective treatment plans and options
Bring your questions and chat with the tree expert to help protect your trees health!
Participating on Treechat
Joining treechat is easy for anyone on Twitter to join! Just follow the conversation over and tweet from our new Twubs #treechat. Come share with us on this great topic and we look forward to sharing with you on the live chat! If you miss the live chat, you can still access the transcript on Corona Tools' Storify. It will be posted following the chat and includes all the information, links and resources shared during the discussion so you don't miss a thing!
Already have questions about the topic? Share with us in the comments below then join us for the live chat!Image of cherry tree infected with Phytophthora courtesy of Jason Miller, Tree Resolutions