Deep Root Fertilization

Deep Root Fertilization

Deep root fertilization promotes tree health. Why should you get deep root fertilization? Here are a few ways deep root fertilization improves overall tree health.

Deep Root Fertilization

Deep Root Fertilization Promotes:

  • Tree Health
  • Tree Growth
  • Disease Resistance
  • Insect Resistance
  • Weather and Drought Resistance

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Deep root fertilization is high-pressure injections of nutrients into the soil close to a tree’s roots. This fertilization allows a tree to absorb the nutrients in a time-release method, which means the tree feeds on these nutrients over months up to a year.

What Trees Will Benefit from Deep Root Fertilization

All trees would benefit from deep root fertilization to a certain extent, but trees under stress, such as extreme weather conditions, or trees susceptible to disease and insect infestations will benefit greatly from a time-release feeding directly near the root system. Root fertilization is an effective way to make and keep your trees strong and healthy to avoid deterioration of any nature.

Deep Root Fertilization Helps Trees Withstand Colorado Climate and Dry Weather

Colorado weather is known to be dry with freezing winter temperatures and occasional scorching summer heat. During the winter Deep tree fertilization will help your trees withstand the harsh conditions year-round. The low humidity levels and occasional high winds make it difficult for trees to thrive. Only the healthiest trees survive the weather variations and other environmental stress, including disease and pest infestations. This type of fertilization is one effective way experienced arborists know will promote the strongest trees able to resist the elements.

What is Deep Root Fertilization

Deep root fertilization is simply the process of injecting a nutrient-filled solution with a high-pressure spraying device. The nutrients are injected into the tree root areas, which expand outwards several feet from the base of the tree and approximately one foot below the soil surface. The pressure-spray system injects nutrients for the roots to absorb and also aerates or adds oxygen to the area. Many Colorado soils are composed of clay soil and the high-pressure spraying device helps break up the soil and allow for nutrients to be more easily absorbed.

Before and After Deep Root Fertilization Treatment

Deep root fertilization promotes tree growth and health. Within a few weeks, usually, lawn fertilization makes the lawn greener, healthier and lusher. Tree fertilization takes a number of months or a year for us to be able to see the benefits, which is increased growth, greener leaves, and improved tree health and vitality.

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