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The Tree Care Seasons

Spring is the busiest time of the year for tree care companies, leaving little time for expanding their plant healthcare services. As we begin to transition from summer to fall, the number of client calls eventually begins to taper off. By late summer to early fall, many tree care companies are looking for other ways to grow their business and plant healthcare services. This transition period is the ideal time to be prescribing certain protocols to improve the health of your client’s trees and shrubs.

Selling in the Late Summer for Fall Application

Late summer is a great time of the year to begin discussing plant healthcare services for the fall. During this period, trees begin to show signs and symptoms of common plant healthcare problems – this makes late summer an ideal time to offer new services to your clients. You can treat for many of these plant healthcare problems at this time and even into the fall, allowing you to extend your plant healthcare business further into the season.

Why Fall is Important When it Comes to Plant Healthcare?

We often think of the fall as a slower time for plant healthcare business. The days get shorter and colder, and it’s a precursor to winter, when very little to no plant healthcare is being done. But the truth is there are a lot of opportunities during the fall for many tree care professionals to take advantage of. The key is educating your customers throughout the summer so they are aware of these issues. This guide will provide you with tips and information on how to develop a successful fall plant healthcare marketing and sales program and plan.

What Services Can You Offer in the Late Summer & Fall?

Get this guide! This guide is intended to provide ideas and tips on what services you can be prescribing for your clients during this time of the year. Best of all, we provide training to maximized your company’s opportunities this late summer and early fall season.

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