Elm Savers
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Our Proprietary total tree protection treatment is the most advanced in the industry, guaranteed for 2+ years for all four disorders.

To make a booking for Elmsavers treatment, please call us on 1300 356 728 or fill in booking form on the right.

Please include information about the elm species if known, number of trees and trunk diameter.

To calculate the diameter. Measure the Circumference at 1m high divided by 3.142 = diameter

Multi stem trees (Golden elms) measured at 30cm ground level.

Big discounts apply for multiple trees and group bookings.








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Our Proprietary total tree protection treatment is the most advanced in the industry, guaranteed for 2+ years for all four disorders.

To make a booking for Elmsavers treatment, please call us on 1300 356 728 or fill in booking form on the right.

I am an existing customer wishing to re-book a treatment.





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Treat your Elm trees in autumn for optimum results

Elm Savers Factsheet
Read and download our factsheets on pests, diseases and treatment methods
  • Elm Leaf Spot A widespread damaging and defoliating fungal disease that affects Weeping, Golden and English elms.
  • Cypress Canker Cypress canker is a serious fungal disease that affects certain coniferous species
  • Tree Injection Trials on Giant Sequoia The main emphasis of these trials is on long term systemic control using chemistries that have a broad spectrum of activity.
  • Monterey Pine Aphid It is now present in all areas across Australia where pine trees are grown
  • Birch Leaf Spot Birch Leaf Spot is a foliar leaf disease that affects Birch, Aspen and Cottonwood trees and other members of the Betulaceae family.
  • Phytophthora Treatments for Eucalyptus & Other tree species Phytophthora is a serious plant disease that affects a wide range of plant species in both wild and cultivated situations.
  • Mulberry Leaf Spot A common leaf disorder affecting fruiting and ornamental mulberries
  • Sycamore Lace Bug Pest of Plane trees or Sycamore and familiar to many gardeners