Tree Fertilization

Tree Fertilization

Deep root fertilization leads to healthy trees

Deep root fertilization healthy trees

Deep root fertilization is a process where a high quality soluble nutrient mixture is injected into the soil and root zone surrounding trees. The materials are injected into the root zone under pressure which helps aerate the root system.

Trees in the forest benefit from the nutrients of leaves and other organic material decomposing naturally into the soil. Their leaves are not raked, and they are not affected by turf, pavement, or buildings.

In contrast, trees in urban environments are negatively impacted by man-made changes to the landscape such as new construction, irrigation, or pollution. This alone is enough to recommend tree fertilization for trees in urban settings.

A sound plant health care program begins with keeping the tree healthy. Annual deep root fertilization with slow release, non-leaching fertilizer is the first step in achieving this goal. Deep root fertilization is not a cure for years of neglect, although it has helped restore many of our clients's trees to good health again. again. A regular schedule of deep root fertilization treatments can help protect your landscape investment.