RPW Services Inc. is a plant health care and pest control company that has been servicing the Southern California regions since 1987! We offer treatments for trees, turf, aquatic management, and more. We specialize in services based on Pest Control Advisor and Certified Arborists recommendations. With our knowledge and over 30 years of experience, we offer customized treatment plans for each customer to provide improved results. 

What's New In Southern California.....
Asian Citrus Psyllid (ACP) & Huanglongbing (HLB)
HLB is a bacterial disease that is spread by the leaf sucking pest, ACP. 
The Disease causes citrus fruit to become bitter and disfigured, it will also cause the leaves to yellow. 

Unfortunately, once a tree is infected with HLB, the disease is irreversible and will eventually kill the tree. 

Your only line of defense is preventative treatment! 

If you suspect you have an infected tree please contact the CA Dept of Food and Agriculture at (800) 491-1899 for a free inspection.

Get all the information you need on this threat at the Citrus Pest & Disease Prevention Program website, CaliforniaCitrusThreat.org hosted by the California Citrus Growers and the CA Dept. of Food & Agriculture. 

Invasive Shot Hole Borer
This ambrosia beetle plants its fungal food along the tunnels it bores throughout it's host tree. This effectively compromises the structural integrity of the tree as it has bored tunnels and effectively shut down the nutrient freeway system of the tree, causing dieback and occasionally sudden limb drop.  

Fortunately, we are able to treat this pest both preventatively and reactively! We have had great success utilizing a variety of treatment methods and combination of materials. Call us today to save your trees!

We encourage all of our customers to visit the University of California Riverside's site on the Polyphagous and Kuroshio Shot Hole Borer
See what the Los Angeles Times has to say about it;
 South American Palm Weevil
The University of California Riverside along with Mark S. Hoddle Ph.D., D.Sc. are the industry research experts on the up and coming South American Palm Weevil
See what the Los Angeles Times has to say about it;