Fertilizing & Root Zone Revitalization
Tree and shrub fertilization is beneficial where soils have been altered by construction, or where soil and organic matter has been depleted due to raking of leaves and twigs.
What is Root Zone Fertilization?
Trees, shrubs and plants require the correct nutrients to remain strong and beautiful. We do this by implementing a process known as Root Zone Fertilization to deliver top quality fertilizer that is specially designed for woody plants. This gives trees a healthy kickstart via natural growth and photosynthesis.
What Else is Involved?
Sometimes it’s better to go straight down to the source! That’s why UTS Tree Care (Uxbridge Tree Service) utilizes a technique known as Deep Root Feeding, which involves reaching a depth of 10” with a feeding gun in order to properly encourage fibrous root growth. This has the added benefit of protecting the nutrients from overheating and dehydration, so the tree can absorb them with a minimal amount of extra effort.
Why Use a Feeding Gun?
It’s simple, really. The most common cause of stress on your trees is soil compaction caused by heavy traffic, and lack of water retention of the amounts of surrounding organic material. Therefore, our feed gun delivers nutrients and fertilizer at a rate of 150-200 PSI (pounds per square inch) to order to penetrate even the most densely compacted soil. The new liquid creates more space and allows additional water and food to reach the deep root system of your trees.
Contact our team today to learn more about our fertilization services.
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