Servicing the Big Horn Basin, including Cody, Powell, Meeteetse, Lovell, Greybull, and Cowley

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OVER 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE
OUR SERVICES

- Liquid Root Feed

- Systemic Treatments

- Spray Programs

- Plant Health Care Visit

- Tree Pruning and Consultation

- Stump Grinding

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Tel: 307-899-5381

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OPENING HOURS

Mon - Fri: 7am - 10pm

PO Box 336

Cody, Wyoming 82414

WHICH SERVICE DO YOU NEED?

We offer a wide variety of tree and shrub services including health care visits, pruning, stump grinding, and various spray options to keep your landscaping fresh, healthy, and ready for the new season. Contact us if you have questions or would like to set up a consultation time.

PLANT HEALTH CARE VISIT

We inspect and treat infected trees and shrubs for aphid or mite damage. By only treating infected plants we help keep beneficial insects from being harmed during the treatment process.

STUMP GRINDING

We remove stumps by grinding it into mulch and chips and disposing of the remains.

SYSTEMIC TREATMENTS

Systemic treatments are used to control pests that are harmful to your trees and plants such as aphids, bronze birch borer, emerald ash borer, and European elm scale. We treat Oystershell Scale and Pine Needle Scale for two consecutive years for 100% control.

LIQUID ROOT FEED

Big Horn Tree and Shrub evaluates and designs the right fertilizer mixture for your plants using Doggetts products, chelated iron and bio-stimulants for the best results.

TREE PRUNING AND CONSULTATION

We offer small tree and shrub pruning services as well as care consultations to our clients.

SPRAY PROGRAMS

We offer preventative sprays for mountain pine beetle and isps beetle. We also offer spraying services for Aphid, Spidermites, and fungus diseases such as needlcast in spruce.

DOMANT OIL SPRAYS

We use biologically safe spray that smothers insect eggs which helps reduce the population of aphids and mites.

TRANSFILM SPRAY

This treatment is a wax applied to evergreens in late fall to help with winter desiccation.

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