COVID-19 UPDATE: We are still open and taking bookings, and will continue to carry out treatments that are booked in until the situation changes. Please note, treatments can take place without any physical contact with the tree owner, and all communication and payments will take place electronically. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any concerns.
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Yering Station

Yering Station Winery has employed Elmsavers in its elm leaf beetle control program since 2002 to protect our significant and historic elms. Steve Parton Director of Elmsavers has focused on canopy spraying, to due to the large number of trees, the results of a correct balance of micro nutrients combined with insecticide has restored tree health to high levels. The company has also wide experience with plant health issues and has recently devised and implemented a multi facet treatment program to combat and arrest the spread of fungal pathogens in some of our older trees. Yering Station will gladly recommend Elmsavers as competent and professional in its duty in protecting high value and historic trees.

Elm Savers Factsheet
Read and download our factsheets on pests, diseases and treatment methods
  • Armillaria Treatment Armillaria Luteobubalina is relatively easy to diagnose, its fruiting bodies and spores are distinctive.
  • Sycamore Lace Bug Pest of Plane trees or Sycamore and familiar to many gardeners
  • Plane Tree Anthracnose Plane Tree Anthracnose is becoming commonplace
  • Elm Leaf Spot A widespread damaging and defoliating fungal disease that affects Weeping, Golden and English elms.
  • Mulberry Leaf Spot A common leaf disorder affecting fruiting and ornamental mulberries
  • Oak Aphid and Powdery Mildew Oak aphids are small yellow elliptical insects that congregate on the leaf underside.
  • Fruit Tree Borer A serious pest is in regards to ornamental and native trees
  • Moreton Bay Fig Psyllid Treatments Moreton Bay Fig Psyllid mycopsylla fici can cause significant damage and defoliation primarily in Moreton Bay Figs and less so in Port Jackson Fig