Fertilizing Services

FertilizationTrees in populated settings occasionally need extra help. Homeowners like beautiful yards and that includes well-maintained, healthy trees and lawns. When fallen leaves, for example, are removed, their nutrient value is also removed. In forested areas natural decomposition of the fallen material replenishes the soil with nutrient rich food.  Additional reasons to fertilize your trees:

  • Trees compete with lawns for food
  • Food gathering root space is taken up by pavement and other man made structures
  • Drought
  • Compacted soils
  • Root growth

A healthy tree is able to:

  • Compete better in the landscape
  • Fight off pests and diseases
  • Provide a more aesthetically pleasing landscape

Timing of fertilization is also important. Your above ground (shoot growth) will be the main benefit from spring fertilization and the below ground (root growth) will benefit from fall fertilization

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