The recent HOT/DRY weather has promoted Mite activity on Evergreens, including Albertus Spruce, Colorado Spruce, Norway Spruce, Hemlocks, and Firs. Mite damage can often be seen when the needles start to look brown, or dusty in color. The solution: Spray before the population grows to minimize plant stress. We have had plenty of Mite activity in the Deciduous Trees and Shrubs this year, primarily Locusts, Amelanchiers, Crabs, Burning Bush, and Roses. If you suspect that you may have Mites, or any other Tree or Plant health issue, please call for a free Plant HealthCare Diagnosis, and Recommendation. We have a Michigan Department of Agriculture Certified Arbhorist on site, and ready to assist you! Simply call us at 248-588-1694, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Click Here to use our Online Request to schedule an appointment !