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Welcome to Arbor Doctor LLC! 

Our team will provide you with landscape and tree care solutions in Greater Cincinnati, Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Southeast Indiana.

We offer you a full range of sustainable plant health care and landscape services click here to learn more

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Welcome to Arbor Doctor LLC! 

Our team will provide you with landscape and tree care solutions in Greater Cincinnati, Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Southeast Indiana.

Unlike pesticide-centric plant health care programs, our organic nutrients are healthy for your plants. The nutrients thicken the cell walls to help the plants defend against insect attacks and be as resistant as possible to disease. Pesticides may still be utilized, but only in a targeted, limited fashion. We use pesticides which are low or no toxicity whenever possible.

Weather and Climate Summery

JUL 4, 2024
JUL, 2024

Magnolia Scale Just Sucks

JUN 27, 2024

If you haven't come across Magnolia scale (Neolecanium cornuparvum) yet this year, consider yourself fortunate. In my area it is absolutely rampant. We're seeing Magnolia Scale on a majority of non-na...

Scale insects on magnolia

Bartlett Tree develops novel pest management for Beach Leaf Disease

JUN 27, 2024


Research scientists at the Bartlett Tree Research Laboratories – the research arm of the F. A. Bartlett Tree Expert Company – have developed novel Integrated Pest Management strategies to treat Bea...

Leaf exhibiting signs of Beech Leaf Disease.
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Ronald E. Rothhaas, Jr.

ISA Board Certified Master Arborist®


Arbor Doctor owner Ron Rothhaas is a Registered Consulting Arborist (RCA), an ISA Board Certified Master Arborist®, a frequent contributor to the nationally syndicated In The Garden With Ron Wilson radio gardening show, and is the primary author and contributor of the Plant Health Care Newsletter for the Ohio Green Industry Association. Ron has been an ISA (International Society of Arboriculture) Certified Arborist® since 2004 and in February 2017 passed the exam for ISA Board Certified Master Arborist®.

RCAs have achieved the highest level of arboricultural credentialing available and can handle the most challenging and highest-profile assignments.

The ISA Board Certified Master Arborist® credential is the highest level of certification offered by ISA. This credential recognizes ISA Certified Arborists® who have reached the pinnacle of their profession. In addition to passing an extensive scenario-based exam, candidates must abide by the ISA Board Certified Master Arborist® Code of Ethics which ensures quality of work and high ethical standards. Fewer than two percent of all ISA Certified Arborists® currently hold this certification. Ron’s expertise is highly valued in the horticultural and arboricultural communities and he in a frequent guest on the In The Garden With Ron Wilson radio show, occasionally even co-hosting the gardening show originating from Cincinnati but broadcast nationwide on affiliate stations and iHeart Radio.

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Dave & Aaron Stang's Certified Tree Care logo
Dave & Aaron Stang's Certified Tree Care
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Hyde Park Landscape and Tree Service
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Holscher Hackman Garden Center

Steve & Wesley were very helpful the other day and went out of their way to be courteous…loved your customer service from the office staff to Steve & Wesley. They were neat and precise. 

John, Sayler Park

Great job today, Ron!  Everyone really liked listening to you (speak to our garden club).

Mary Beth, Westwood Woman’s Garden Club

You all really are the best….and I really do appreciate you taking the time to be on our show.  Thanks again!

Ron Wilson, Natorp’s Marketeam / Personal Yardboy, Radio Host: In the Garden with Ron Wilson - 55KRC, iHeart Radio and 610WTVN

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