Tree healthcare products are the tree medicines and application tools we use to manage the health of trees. Everything in tree healthcare starts with diagnosis. Diagnosis is knowing what is currently wrong with the tree, and also understanding the contributing factors such as age, soils, and environmental agents that affect tree health. Once a proper diagnosis is made a proper management prescription can be made. The management toolbox includes not just treatments that come in bottles, but cultural practices, such as watering, mulching, Air-spades, and pruning as well.
If the management plan calls for the use of a tree healthcare products, where you buy that product from matters. At most places, when you buy a bottle, you get a bottle and that’s about it. Not at Rainbow. When you buy tree health care products from us you get competitive pricing, technical support, and expertise that no one else in the industry comes close to being able to offer. You also know that your purchase is helping fund the research that keeps providing you with innovative tools and improved management protocols.
Research is the cornerstone of our business. We started with the purpose of providing tree care professionals with science-backed solutions for tree health care. For almost a decade and a half, only Rainbow has been actively researching the issues most important to our profession. Our research has led to new products, new application devices, and new ways to manage old problems. You will never receive a recommendation from us that does not have our scientific integrity behind it.
We take our stewardship of the environment seriously at Rainbow Treecare in all facets of our business. Protecting and improving the trees in our communities has been our sole motivation since the first elm tree was saved over 35 years ago. We also understand that protecting trees cannot come at the expense of the rest of the ecosystem.
The management tools we represent have been selected using a suite of criteria that includes the efficacy against the target pest, toxicity to humans, animals, and non-target species, and their persistence in the environment. We weigh these criteria with the realities of running a business as well. Our recommendations represent this balance between biology, ecology, and the economics of maintaining a healthy tree.
Always read and fully understand a product’s label before use and use only as directed.