Schedule Deep Root Fertilization With Schra Tree Care Today!
Anything that grows requires certain nutrients for optimal growth and health. The trees in your yard are no different. To help promote healthy tree growth, the Loveland arborists at Schra Tree Care offers deep root fertilization services. Through deep root fertilization, our experts can provide tree roots with direct access to the nutrients they need for optimal growth.
Benefits Of Deep Root Fertilization:
- Deep root fertilization is far more effective than surface fertilizer applications
- Our arborists use a nutrient-rich solution to promote better tree health year-round
- Ensures that trees with deep root systems receive the proper nutrient levels
- This service is ideal for healthy trees and trees with illnesses or other deficiencies
- Deep root fertilization can be carried out on all trees on your property regularly
Thanks to Colorado’s ever-changing, somewhat erratic weather patterns, we can never be too confident in the level of nutrients and water our trees are receiving. With a little intervention from Schra Tree Care, you can rest assured that your trees are fortified through deep root fertilization. Each service delivers a boost of species-specific nutrients and moisture to your tree, protecting its beauty and health.
It is a common misconception that watering and fertilizing the surface of the lawn will suffice for tree care. While this doesn’t hurt, it certainly can be improved for optimal health.
What Are The Benefits Of Deep Root Fertilization?
In a mostly urban landscape, trees grown at Northern Colorado homes are often hindered by the concrete and sidewalks that weave their way across town. Naturally, trees would be able to absorb the nutrients from the leaves that decompose on the surrounding land. However, modern development means the trees can’t access as much water or nutrients that could be available if the land was all still natural.
Therefore, technology has developed to help gets these trees the nutrients they need to thrive.
Trees with deep roots are especially subject to improper nutrition levels. However, deep root fertilization can forcefully pump the necessary supplements far into the soil. Deep root fertilization helps improve tree health similarly to how lawn aeration helps the rest of the yard. It opens up the soil, which allows oxygen, water, healthy bacteria, and other nutrients to infiltrate the roots and then spread their way through the rest of the tree.
This tree service is especially helpful for mature trees that have extraordinarily large, deep roots. When done correctly, though, it can help promote the healthy growth of any size or type of tree.
Healthy deep soil means greater root function, which means better overall health for the tree.
How Does Deep Root Fertilization Work?
Deep Root Fertilization involves putting a probe directly down into the soil and injecting the nutrients to make it more accessible to the tree. Over the years, we have perfected our own specialized, 100% organic mix, which helps cultivate the growth of your trees to improve their health and allows them to flourish. Deep root fertilization is more impactful than surface fertilization because it is not subject to the wind, rain, and other elements that can be easily blown away.
The Schra Tree Care Difference
It is with great pride that we are known as the Top Rated Local® Plant Health Care Specialists in Loveland. We aren’t in business just to work outside (although that is a great perk most of the year). We are passionate about the health and wellness of the plants and trees that grow in Colorado.
Serving Northern Colorado, our team works diligently to prevent disease and infestation throughout our region from infecting the trees and plants that make it beautiful and healthy. Instead of operating on a “fix-it” mentality, we focus on preservation and protection of urban trees and flora to help keep them growing for decades.
If you’re ready to pump some life into the roots that keep your tree growing tall and strong, you’re ready to work with Schra Tree Care.