Want to know more about deep root fertilization, how it works, and how your trees can benefit from it? Read on.
Oftentimes, trees get all the nutrients they need for healthy growth straight from the soil, especially when they are in their natural habitat (forest). However, soils in urban settings tend to not be as fertile as the soil in the forest because some of the natural sources of nutrients; fallen leaves and branches are usually removed before decompose and provide nutrients to the soil. This isn’t the case in the forests, so forest trees get all the nutrients they need from their leaves and other natural sources. Deep root fertilization aims to solve the problem of insufficient nutrients, especially for trees in urban settings. This being said, maybe soil nutrients is not the main issue of your tree. We will inspect your tree for diseases, pruning requirements and other possible problems like ivy.