Deep root fertilization is performed to promote color, winter recuperation and healthy spring growth of plants, shrubs and trees. This treatment helps aerate or provide much needed oxygen to the root system. The soil injection begins just below the surface and goes to a depth of 12 – 14 inches.
Fertilization programs are generally repeated once or twice a year. There will be instances where severe root damage has occurred, soil compaction exists, or other health problems are present. In these instances it may be recommended to increase the frequency in order to improve conditions in and around the root zone which can improve overall health and vigor.
Roots are opportunistic and develop where ever oxygen, nutrients and moisture are present. Ongoing deep root fertilization programs improve the oxygen content, microbial activity, and nutrient levels within the soil leading to improved environmental conditions around and within the root zone.
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