Fox Tree Service

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Keep It Green

We use an integrated, reduced-risk program to keep the ecosystem safe while controlling insects and plant diseases which harm your trees.

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Knowledge is the Key

Our arborists are trained and licensed to handle all kinds of tree issues, including site diagnosis, plant health care, pruning, and tree removals

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The Personal Touch

Unlike franchise companies, each client has a personal arborist to check their trees, direct their services, and to meet with whenever needed

Need to get your trees under control?

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  1. Winter Drought Stress

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    Long Island is headed for another tough winter, probably as bad as last year or worse. Extended, severe temperatures will cause damage to the leaves and needles of evergreen trees. We’re highly recommending an anti desiccant application ASAP and again when possible throughout the winter months to reduce damage. Call us to...
  2. We Won Again!!

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    Once again our customers have overwhelmingly voted Fox Tree as Dans Papers Best-of-theBest for 2014 in both tree service and tick/ mosquito treatment categories! Thanks to all of our customers!
  3. Don’t Let Your Trees Die Young

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    The absolute best time to ensure the future health of new landscapes and newly planted trees is to get it right at the beginning. We often are called in to diagnose problems at properties that were landscaped several years ago, sometimes even more. Spraying and fertilizing trees can only fix...
  4. Tent Caterpillars Memorial Day Party

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    Once again we’re seeing an outbreak of tent caterpillars in various areas of Long Island, including the east end. Their preferred hosts are cherry trees, but they will go after a variety of other trees, including crabapples, dogwoods and others You can see their “tent” webs in the crotches of...
  5. Got Boxwoods?

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    Boxwood blight is a potentially disastrous fungal disease that is beginning to affect boxwoods throughout Long Island but mainly concentrated on the east end where boxwoods are used heavily in landscapes. It harms English and American boxwoods severely, but also infects other varieties and also infects pachysandra. Unlike volutella blight,...
  6. Tick Population Exploding!

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    We’re hearing reports from all over LOng Islland as the tick population is exploding now that warm weather has started up! Lone Star ticks in particular have been found on our technicians and at customers’ houses from Nassau to Montauk. Fox Tree is out in force neutralizing the attack, but...
  7. Hire a Pro! Be Safe

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    As the link to the following video illustrates, there are good reasons why you should calll us to remove your trees. Tree pruning and removal can be dangerous and even fatal. Trust the guys who train for this and do it right. Call Fox Tree today https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-cLRVkMlKo
  8. Dormant Horticultural Oil Time

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    The time for an initial dormant horticultural oil treatment this spring is almost upon us. This ttreatment is extremely effective in reducing populations of many tree damaging insects on Long Island, including spider mites, various scale insects (both hard and soft), adelgids, aphids, mealybugs and other insects. Treatment is made...
  9. Snow Damage to Ornamentals

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    The east end is still in the grip of one of the heaviest snowfall winters in recent years. Built up snow and ice can damage your trees and ornamentals in a number of ways, primarily through “snow loading” where the accumulated snow weighs down branches and leaders and causes splitting...
  10. What Does The Fox Say?

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    What does the fox say? In our case, Fox Tree Service says Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy New Year and Happy Holidays of all kinds to all our customers and everyone out there! God Bless us all, Tiny Tim!

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