Deep Root Fertilization
Deep Root Tree Fertilization Services
Deep root fertilization is a process in which a high quality nutrient solution is injected into the root zone of trees. The solution that is injected helps provide much needed oxygen to the root system. The soil injection starts just below the surface and goes about 12-14 inches deep. Soil injections sites are about 2 or 3 feet apart in a grid pattern.
Deep root fertilization should be done at least once or twice a year, but there will be times where there is so much root damage, soil compaction or other health problems that the frequency of the deep root fertilization should be increased in order to improve the conditions around the root zone.
Continuous deep root fertilization programs will enhance oxygen content, microbial activity, and nutrient levels within the soil, which will result in improved environmental conditions within and around the root zone.
Look to Tree Health when you are in need of deep root fertilization. Our expert arborists will ensure that your trees are receiving the oxygen and nutrients necessary to keep them healthy.
To set up an appointment for an arborist evaluation or for more information on deep root fertilization, call us at (631) 249-4909, download our brochure, or e-mail us at info@TreeHealth.com.