Arborist & Horticultural Services


Arborist Services

certified arborist on staff

We have an ISA Certified Arborist on staff, Darryl Weiss (ISA# WE-10289A), and the Arborist services we provide include Arborist Reports, Tree Assessments, and Tree Inventories.

Horticultural Services

Trust us to deliver high-quality lawn care programs tailored to your needs that control weeds and nourish your lawn and garden all year.


Rose Care

Whether you've planted the roses on your property yourself or you've inherited them through the purchase of your home, your roses should be the jewels of the neighborhood. Keeping them healthy will help them look their best. At Agriserve, we have developed a program to address key issues roses encounter throughout the year and help your beauties thrive.
The following is our calendar of treatment:

January
  • Treat with horticultural oil (a.k.a. dormant oil)
  • Fertilize (after roses have been pruned)
  • Apply systemic insecticide for aphid prevention
    (after roses have been pruned)
March
  • Fertilize
  • Treat to prevent powdery mildew (appears as white powdery substance on leaves) and blackspot
    (fungus that appears as black spots on leaves; spots may have yellow rings around them)
April
  • Fertilize
  • Treat to prevent powdery mildew and blackspot
May
  • Fertilize
  • Treat to prevent powdery mildew, blackspot, and spidermite
June
  • Fertilize
July
  • Fertilize
September
  • Fertilize
  • Treat to prevent powdery mildew and blackspot
October
  • Fertilize
  • Treat to prevent powdery mildew and blackspot

**Organic programs are available**


Lawn Care

Make Your Neighbors Green With Envy!!
Nobody establishes a lawn because they want it to die. A sick or dead lawn looks unattractive to you and your neighbors and can make your property look very attractive to thieves and/or vandals. Aside from watering and mowing, caring for your lawn can be confusing and frustrating if you're unsure of exactly what it needs to thrive.

That's where we come in.

We offer comprehensive Lawn Care Programs that will keep your lawn healthy and vibrant. With applications timed appropriately throughout the year, all you need to do is water, mow, and enjoy your beautiful lawn.
Our program includes

  • Broadleaf weed control
  • Pre-emergent weed control (to prevent weed growth)
  • Fertilization

Estimates are always free, so call today!
With our Lawn Care Program, the grass will definitely be greener (and healthier) on your side of the fence!
*Organic fertilizers are available*


Tree Fertilization

Many people include trees as a part of the landscaping on their properties. In fact, trees can add thousands of dollars in value to a property. That value will increase when the trees are maintained properly and decrease when trees become sick and/or die.
In the natural setting of a forest, trees are fertilized by twigs and decomposing leaves on the forest floor. These are the very elements we remove when it comes to the landscaping of our properties. However, when we remove these twigs and leaves we are depriving our trees of natural nutrients that are vital to their wellbeing. Lawn fertilizers are not capable of reaching deep down to the roots of a tree and thus are not useful as tree fertilizers. Another obstacle in the quest for tree health in the urban setting is that urban soil becomes compacted over time and thus lacks the oxygen that trees need.

There are 5 essential components to tree nutrition:

Nitrogen - this is the most lacking component in urban soils and also the most needed component.

Phosphorous - this component is needed for photosynthesis and energy transfer.

Potassium - this component is needed for protein synthesis, photosynthesis, and in the formation of carbohydrates. It will also increase a tree's resistance to frost and increase water absorption.

Copper, Iron, Manganese, and Zinc - This mix of elements affects the enzyme system. It is also essential for growth processes, energy transfers, and assimilation.

Humates - this component includes organic decomposed plant and microbe material. This component adds and helps stimulate organic activity in the soil. It also increases water-holding capacity and increases the tree's uptake of both nutrients present in the soil and nutrients being applied. When the above 5 components are combined and applied at an appropriate rate, your tree will be fertilized, aerated, and deep root watered. A fertilization program that includes the above 5 components is a preventative measure taken to ensure the health of your trees. Trees that enjoy good nutrient health will resist disease, insect infestations, and extreme weather conditions better than those that are deficient in nutrients.

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