Deep Fertilizing

Deep Root Tree Fertilization

 

Perhaps the most overlooked aspect of plant health care is fertilization. This is very different than the fertilizing a lawn care individual offers, a stainless steel probe is inserted into the ground at the correct depth to apply liquid based carefully blended tree nutrients to the surrounding feeding roots.

Depending on the time of the year, it binds to the soil and stays in the target area to continually nourish your trees.

The process of deep root tree fertilization is a simple one. It involves injecting certain nutrients into the soil down at the level of the roots of the trees instead of just placing the nutrients on the surface of the soil. On the surface, these nutrients could be too much for grass to handle, and they could turn the grass brown in spots.

Additionally, by placing the nutrients directly at root level, the trees absorb the nourishment more quickly.  We should also mention that this process is also good for shrubs. Developing roots of both trees and shrubs will become as healthy as they need to be.

The other benefit of this process is that it aerates the soil. This keeps the soil from becoming compacted around the roots to where the roots have a difficult time growing.

Actual before and after picture in Tonawanda, NY of results

In conclusion, deep root tree fertilization needs to be done at least once or twice each year. However, you may need it more if there are other problems present in the soil. Check in today to see what it can do for your trees and feel free to call us for a complete evaluation of your problem.

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