South Florida offers a wide array of tropical and sub-tropical plants to create stunning landscapes. To keep these landscapes beautiful supplemental fertilization, pest and disease management is a must. Our Urban FL soils don’t offer much in the way of nutrition for your plants. With poor nutrient holding capacity and an alkaline pH, the process is not so much about applying fertilizers but applying the RIGHT fertilizers. Royal Green has an ISA Certified Arborist to oversee any issues and keep us up to date with all the new technologies related to tree and shrub care and is responsible for customer blending all our fertilizers. All out technicians are experienced and have received extensive training. All are State Certified, DACS Certified, and Green Industries Best Management Practices Certified.
Nutrition is only a small part of protecting the value and integrity of your ornamentals. There are constant insect and disease pressures. There is one new insect species introduced to Florida every five weeks. With regular newly arriving pests and climate conducive to year-round breeding, I am sure you can see how insect management is imperative. (click here to learn more about common plant pests) Then you add in a heavy downpour and humid conditions, which cause leaf tissue to remain wet for an extended period and you have a whole host of fungal pathogens that needed to be managed. (click here to learn about common plant diseases)
Royal Green’s quarterly program addresses all these issues. Our program is second to none. Like our turf program, we treat your trees and shrubs pro-actively; we know there are always insects and always diseases so to keep your shrubs protected we do preventative treatments. We treat with miticide, insecticides, fungicides, horticulture oil, spreader sticker, quick and slow release fertilizers, and chelated micronutrients with every service. We use contacts and systemics to control any existing problems and keep you protected until the next treatment.
Aphids • Thrips • Scale insects • Carpenter Ants • Fire Ants • White Footed Ants • Chafer Beetle • Mealy Bugs • Common Whitefly
Rugose Spiraling Whitefly • Ficus Whitefly • Crabgrass Control • Sedgegrass Control • Flea & Tick • Turfgrass • Disease Control • Perimeter Insect Control