Texas oak wilt is a tree disease affecting live oaks and red oaks in Central Texas. One of our many specialties is oak wilt removal.
Oak Wilt Removal
What Is Oak Wilt?
Oak wilt is an infectious tree disease caused by the fungus Ceratocystis fagacearum. The fungus destroys the water supply of vulnerable oak trees. It overruns and incapacitates the trees water-handling systems.
While all oaks are susceptible to oak wilt to some extent, there are some species that are widely affected and even act as channels for spreading the tree disease.
A live oak can die within a 1 to 6 month period after initial symptoms. Some trees can survive for years as they decline. Red oaks are heavily impacted by oak wilt and can die within 3 to 4 weeks after symptoms appear.
It has been said there is no substitute for experience, and we couldn’t agree more. Our core excavation team has a remarkable depth of hands on field experience in Texas.
We know the soil types, where there are ground water problems and how to deal with them, how the weather might impact a given project.
We take pride in our reputation for sharing our knowledge with customers and collaborating with other contractors working on the job to achieve the desired result.
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