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Welcome to Warner’s Tree Surgery, Mesa’s Top Tree Care Service. With over half a century of experience, I specialize in diagnosing and treating a wide range of tree diseases. Including the diseases of Queen Palms.


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Most of the videos on this page were created with the help of a new artificial intelligence program made available to the public by Microsoft, known as Copilot.

This means that, under my guidance, this sophisticated artificial intelligence program was able to access all the information about tree diseases available on the Internet, evaluate it, and determine the most accurate information.

With my guidance, this program then wrote scripts in plain English covering all the topics of tree diseases featured in these videos.

I kindly ask you to overlook the cartoonish nature of the avatars I created to deliver these messages, and understand that the information in these videos comes from the best minds on tree diseases in the world.

It represents a wealth of information that would take an immense amount of time for a human being to gather, process, and present.


How to Care for Queen Palms in Arizona

this video, we share our tips and tricks on how to prevent and treat some of the common problems that affect queen palms in Arizona, such as frizzle top and fusarium wilt. We also recommend using the Lutz Spikes, which are specially formulated for palms and other tropical plants. We are Warner’s Tree Surgery, a family-owned and operated business that offers expert tree disease diagnosis and treatment. We have been serving the Phoenix area for over 50 years. Contact us today for a free estimate.


Common Queen Palm Diseases in Mesa, Arizona:;


How To Care For Queen Palm Trees in Mesa AZ


A Queen Palm With Termites in Mesa AZ


Queen Palm Leaves Turning Yellow in Mesa AZ


If the fronds of your queen palms look stunted or frizzled, your queen palms have a fungal infection commonly called 'Frizzle Top'. This disease is spread by rain, insects and people that trim your trees and don’t sterilize their tools properly.


A healthy tree that has all the micro nutrients it needs can fight off this infection.


Unlike most other palm trees, the queen palm mainly uses manganese in large amounts as an enzyme-activator to fight off diseases. The reason queen palms are susceptible to fungal infection is usually because there isn’t enough manganese available for the new frowns as they develop.Cartoon Warner checking Queen Palm


By regularly introducing manganese into the root system in the correct amounts (usually 12% or more), the new frowns will be more resistant to fungal infections.


The best way  we have found to get the micro nutrients directly into the tree is with tree injectors that go directly into the trees. The tree injectors will get the necessary manganese and other micro nutrients to the fawns quicker than any other method.


New Info:

Sometime In the summer of 2016 a rain that fell in Maricopa County Arizona. Had some unusual effects on certain trees in the valley.  I know this because of the sudden increase in calls I received for certain types of tree problems.

 First I received a flood of calls on brazilin pepper trees with sporadic dying leaves, something which hardly ever happens, this was matched by calls for grapefruit trees with dying leaves, something that does happen after a rain every two to three years.


Also I received a slew of calls for ash trees with dying branches, that couldn't be totally explained by insect damage. The clincher however was that I observed that everywhere this occurred at least 50% of the queen palms had their new shoot destroyed. This new shoot would have created the top frown for the season, and if a Queen Palm goes for a year or two without growing a top, it is in danger of dying.


I suspect that people will start noticing the damage done to the Queen Palms in the spring of 2017 and beyond, If  you're one of those people here's what you should know.


Queen Palms need lots of manganese to fight disease, and grow strong fronds. if a Queen Palm has enough manganese its chances of fighting a disease are greatly improved, and the frond is much less likely to brake in strong winds. If it is manganese deficient it is more susceptible to fungus, and other diseases.

That's why we inject a special fertilizer, high in manganese, directly into the Queen Palms.  It is absolutely the fastest way to get the manganese to the tops, which is critical for the correct development of the new fronds.

You can call Pat at (480) 969-8808 to schedule an appointment to have me look at your trees.


Once we get your Queen Palms healthy you can maintain them by either having us treat them yearly with injections, or by doing it yourself  with the products listed below. These products are fine if used regularly on healthy trees.


Regular palm tree fertilizers don't have enough manganese for Queen Palms!!!


Queens Palms can be maintained with products like Lutz Manganese Spikes

Click Here To Download Handouts For Queen Palms.
Click here to order Lutz Manganese Queen Palm spikes.
Click here to order the Ultra Tree Spikes


If you're Queen Palm are sick we can usually save them,  but if you're Queen Palm develops bud rot, then you're chances of saving your Queen Palms are less.


Additional Tips:

                1 In the summer Queen Palms need lots of water 25 to 30 gal twice a week.

                2 Only trim dead frowns, every green leaf will add to its strength.

                3 Sterilize saws before cutting frowns, use any household disinfectant spray.

                4 When removing dead husks never use a chain saw.

                5 When trimming never allow someone to use climbing spikes, Pole saws or           ladder only.

                6 Do it yourself, invest in the best, Silky Telescoping Landscaping Pole Saw            HAYAUCHI 390 16-Feet Get it on  Amazon. Believe me you'll be glad you did.


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Ash trees are elegant and resilient, but they can also suffer from various diseases that can affect their health and beauty. In this video, I will show you how to recognize the signs and symptoms of some common ash tree diseases, such as ash anthracnose, ash yellows, verticillium wilt, and emerald ash borer. I will also share some tips and tricks on how to prevent and treat these diseases using natural and effective methods. As a tree doctor and an expert in tree disease, I have years of experience and knowledge in dealing with ash trees in Arizona. If you love ash trees and want to keep them healthy and beautiful, this video is for you!


Citrus Tree are native to Asia and can be grown in warm climates. However, they can also suffer from various diseases that affect their health and appearance, such as canker rot, root rot, and leaf spot. In this video, I will show you how to recognize the symptoms of common Citrus tree diseases and how to treat them using natural and effective methods. I will also share some tips on how to prevent these diseases and keep your lemon trees healthy and happy. As a tree doctor and an expert in tree diseases, I have over 50 years of experience in caring for lemon trees and other plants. If you want to learn more about this to protect them from diseases, watch this video.


Understanding Yellow Palo Verde Issues (trees look sick) Common Problems: Root Rot: Caused by overwatering or poor drainage. Look for yellowing leaves, wilting, branch dieback, and fungal growth near the base of the trunk. Palo Verde Root Borer: This beetle larvae tunnel beneath the bark, disrupting the tree's nutrient and water flow. Signs include holes at the tree's base, sawdust, and canopy thinning. Iron Chlorosis: Yellowing leaves with visible green veins indicate lack of available iron due to high soil pH.


Pine trees are evergreen trees that can provide shade, wind protection, and ornamental value to the landscape. However, they may also suffer from some diseases that affect their health and appearance. In this video, you will learn how to recognize the symptoms of common pine tree diseases, such as tip blight, root rot, and aphid infestation, and how to manage them effectively. You will also get some tips on how to prevent these diseases by providing optimal care to your pine trees. Whether you are a homeowner, a landscaper, or a tree enthusiast, this video will help you keep your pine trees healthy and beautiful in Mesa, Gilbert, Sun Lakes, Tempe, Chandler, and Scottsdale, Arizona

Tipu Tree Losing Leaves. Are you worried about your trees being affected by diseases? Do your trees look sick, or do they look diseased? Do they just look bad? Do you think they need help? Do the leaves look bad? Maybe they just don't look good. Are the branches dying does the tree have dead leaves on the part of the branches do some of the leaves look white and dead is the top dying out is yellow sap coming of the tree bark Are the leaves smaller than usual do the leaves look curled are their holes in the leaves do the leaves have spots on them Does part of the tree have yellow leaves on it? Is my tree going to survive? If any of these things are the case then your Tipu trees in Maricopa County, Arizona are under attack from anthracnose, apple scab, canker rot, and emerald ash borer.


NASA Discovers Microbes In The Sky And How The Rain Makes Trees Sick With Germs From Space.

In this video, I talk about a recent discovery that NASA made about the microbes that live in the upper layers of the atmosphere. These microbes are called pathogens, and they are tiny organisms that can cause diseases in plants and animals. I explain how these microbes travel around the world, how they affect the formation and properties of raindrops, and how they might cause new and unknown diseases in trees and other plants. .


How Herbs and Trees Fight Disease with Enzymes In this video, Pat from Warners Tree Surgery explains how herbs and trees fight disease with enzymes, and how they produce these enzymes from the nutrients in the soil. She also shares some tips on how to use herbs for your health, and how to improve your soil health for your plants.


Check out my newest website at mesatreedoctors I just finished it using the new AI. It contains animated videos on over 200 trees and the challenges they face here in Maricopa County. Some of the videos Above are a sample of the information that's available on tree diseases. it took me 4 months to do but without the help of the new AI it would have taken me years, if I could have done it at all. Anyway I think it's pretty good for an old man.


With over half a century of experience, we specialize in diagnosing and treating a wide range of tree diseases.

We proudly serve the communities of Mesa, Scottsdale, Tempe, Gilbert, Chandler, Sun Lakes, and Apache Junction, Arizona.

If your trees are showing signs of illness, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at 480-969-8808. Let our expertise work for you.

Our focus is solely on diagnosing and treating tree diseases, ensuring your trees get the specialized care they deserve.


Handouts For Ash Trees.
Handouts For Citrus Trees.
Handouts For Palo Verde Trees.
Handouts For Pine Trees.
Handouts For Queen Palms.
Handouts For Tipu Trees.
Click here to order Lutz Manganese Queen Palm spikes.
Click here to order the Ultra Tree Spikes