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Shrub Doctor was recruited by a large church in Huntersville, NC  to save the maple trees on their campus. Shrub Doctor identified 72 trees that were suffering from dehydration, lack of nutrition, and advanced infestation of gloomy scale insects. These trees are installed within the small islands of the campus parking areas. Excessive heat and lack of moisture has caused severe decline, requiring several trees to be removed prior to treatment. Shrub Doctor immediately recommended a routine watering schedule to assure proper hydration followed by a three-step restoration treatment.  A 1000 gallon watering truck has been acquired by the church to begin a scheduled watering program. Last week Shrub Doctor performed restoration treatments to the trees including deep root fertilization, treatments to kill insect infestations, and treatments to regulate the future growth of the trees. Going forward, the church  volunteers will follow Shrub Doctor’s watering and fertilization recommendations to help their trees make a full recovery.

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Rhododendrun at LKNShrub Doctor was out treating the plants of a large property on lake Norman today. The morning sun was shining through the trees and giving a beautiful glow to the blooming rhododendron shrubs.

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Lake Norman colorLake Norman color 2 I was out at “The Pointe”, on Lake Norman yesterday. The azaleas,dogwoods, and cherries are in full bloom. Many plants have fresh new foliage. Its a great time to be outside.

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