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Alamo Injection and its History

Soon after oak wilt was diagnosed in Texas the Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology at Texas A&M University developed a management plan for oak wilt disease (Ceratocystis fagacearum). This program developed Alamo injection protocols to save and protect live oak trees that otherwise would be victims of the disease. In the early 1980's Alamo emerged as the premier fungicide to battle oak wilt and win with predictable results. After many years of field application Alamo administered in the macro (lots of water) format continues to be a great tool in the war on oak wilt.

You should treat high value trees that will be challenged by the fungus within the year. Symptomatic trees can be treated but results are not as predictable as treating an un-symptomatic tree.

We believe that Alamo injections are an outstanding tool in the war on oak wilt disease. Since 1998 we have injected or supervised injections for thousands of trees in Texas with excellent results.

Our protocols include the following:

  1. Correct diagnosis based upon the oak wilt threat.
  2. Proper excavation of the tree root flares.
  3. Proper dosing of the tree.
  4. Correct injection T placement and quantity
  5. Patience for the tree to accept the Alamo.

Tree injections should be based upon the love to the tree not the dollar. Given this we will dedicate our injection tank on a tree for up to 2 full days if needed.

We believe in giving back to our communities. Every month we will "treat" a needy senior citizen's tree in our service area at no charge. Please contact us for more information.

For a small premium we can guarantee our work. Please contact us for more information.