We have been using Agriserve Pest Control for over a decade. We live on five acres in the high desert of California. As we have gotten older we found that Agriserve was a better solution for abating excessive wild foliage that is a fire hazard. Our recent CalFire inspection was rated as needing no further action. In other words, one spraying of the Agriserve Pre-Emergent Weed Control and we are set without having to clear our land by hand. Highly recommended to those looking for a better way to protect their property. The sprayer is professional and personable. Jennifer is tops in handling our calls and setting us up each year with our annual spraying.

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Willard Joder
7/21/2017

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**