Meet Your Mid-Atlantic Plant Healthcare Expert

Trent Dicks

Eastern Area Technical Manager

Meet Trent Dicks

Trent has over 20 years of experience in Landscape and Nursery sales and operations. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agri-Business Horticulture from Illinois State University and an Associate’s Degree in Applied Science and Horticulture. Trent is a graduate of Dale Carnegie training.

In 2018 Trent took on a new role as Eastern Area Technical Manager, providing a senior level of oversight to Arborjet’s Regional Technical Managers in the eastern United States. He still remains as the main resource and point of contact for the Mid-Atlantic territory.

For 14 years, he lived in the Midwest, managed a garden center, and ran small Nursery and Landscape company. Trent was the Landscape Designer and Operation Manager at Moon Landscaping for 6 years, where he managed large estates & plant health care. When Trent finds himself with free time he enjoys hunting, fishing, gardening and sports.

Have you seen these pests near your home?

These pests have been causing destruction throughout the Mid-Atlantic. Arborjet offers environmentally responsible tree injection treatments that help to combat Emerald Ash Borer, Chlorosis, Spotted Lanternfly, and More.

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Spotted Lanternfly

This invasive insect, native to Asia, has recently spread across the northeastern United States. Feeding on more than 70 species of plants and trees including wild and cultivated grape, hops, tree of heaven, walnut, maple, and birch; Spotted Lanternfly attacks attract other insects to feed, and cause tree mortality over a short period of time.

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Emerald Ash Borer

This metallic wood boring beetle was found in Detroit, Michigan and Ontario, Canada in 2002, and has continued to spread into neighboring states and eventually across the U.S. and Canada.

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This condition, if allowed to progress, will cause slow growth, leaf loss, and eventually tree death. Chlorosis is often caused by deficiencies of the micro-elements iron and manganese, and is particularly prevalent in oak.

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