Pin Oak Iron Chlorosis Treatment

Here in Lancaster County many of our pin oaks are affected by a lack of iron.  This condition is called iron chlorosis.  Our soils are generally high in pH due to limestone deposits.  The high pH of the soil causes the iron to be unavailable to the tree.

Our treatment is a macroinfusion process whereby the iron is injected into the root flares of the tree.  Thus the iron is available immediately to the leaves enabling the tree to manufacture chlorophyll.  Remember your science classes? 

The treatment will last on average from 3 to 5 years.

If not treated, an iron deficient pin oak will decline and eventually die.

We have the most effective and long lasting treatment. 

Please call or email for a consultation.