Arborists are required to come into work after a certain hour to collect the leaves of trees. This work can be carried out over several days and over many years. It is essential that the arborist knows how to collect these from the trees properly to ensure that all parts of the tree are intact.
A first assessment will be made by diagnosis using a guiding light and x-ray examination. The type of tree is taken into account but not the tree itself.
Once the diagnosis is complete, a rough estimation of the growth of the tree is made. The height and amount of trunk are also taken into account. This is followed by a second assessment and then a sketch of the main branches and the crown.
After the correct measurements have been taken, the tree is cut down to the correct height. Next, the width and diameter are taken into account as the dimensions will be important for assessing the roots and preparation of the surface area for spraying.
Savannah Tree Service is aware of the dangers of grapevines and rose trees to some of today’s plant diseases so the arborist needs to know the exact species of the tree. This information is needed when the structure is examined to ensure that no chemicals enter the root system and affect the health of the root.
Another important factor is the location. The arborist must be aware of the types of plants on the property so that the right treatment can be administered at the right time. Care must be taken to ensure that it is the correct arborist to carry out the assessment for each tree.
Once, the arborist checks over the structure of the tree, the chemical treatments are applied. They must use an appropriate solution and apply the correct method. Not only is the effectiveness of the treatment necessary but the actual root structure is also important.
Root health is an important factor as any unhealthy plant can cause illness to the people living within the affected area. Many arborists feel that the method used must be such that the root system is restored to normal and that it has not been damaged in any way.
The root also needs to be strong and free from any problems. If the roots become too weak, then there will be no chance of the tree surviving and no chance of it becoming a useful tree or increasing the value of the house.
The arborist also needs to keep a record of all the treatments for this particular tree treatment that needs to be followed for a period of time before the tree is finished. If a new plant is planted in the same area, the arborist may find that the old tree has been affected by disease or other factors and that the new tree is far more suitable for the site.