Trees require certain
essential nutrients to function and grow.
For trees in a forest site these nutrients
are readily available in sufficient
quantities. However, in the urban setting,
fallen leaves and other plant parts are
regularly raked up and removed, disrupting
the natural cycle of decomposition. Over
time this can create serious nutrient
deficiencies in the soil that lead to stress
and an overall decline in health.
Soil testing is often necessary to determine
how sufficient or deficient the nutrient
levels are in the soil. This is an
inexpensive test with the results often
showing a simple solution to what may seem a
complicated symptom. Many, if not most, tree
disorders are caused or influenced by
soil/water deficiencies or root problems.
to order your own soil sample.
Once you have received
your soil sample results Kenny, our
certified arborist, will analyze the results
to customize your fertilization program
uses a mixture of organic fertilizers that
derive their primary nutrients from a
combination of cold process kelp, soluble
fish, molasses, humic acid, fulvic acid and
selected plant extracts. Inoculation of
Mycorrihizal fungus increases the absorption
capacity of the tree.