Like all living things, trees need nutrients in order to grow strong and healthy.
In an urban or suburban environment, nutrient deficiencies are a particular danger to the health of your trees. There, property owners tend to remove fallen leaves, your tree’s natural nutrient source.
As a result, the trees are forced to compete with other vegetation for remaining nutrient supply and water. This, coupled with stress from compacted soils, drought, and root space infringement, causes health problems.
SavATree’s ArborHealth® provides essential nutrients to the root zones of trees and shrubs. Our arborists determine precise intervals based on the specific needs of your landscape.
Variables such as tree species, soil conditions, age, health, location, weather, and stress conditions all factor into the tree fertilizer formula that your arborist develops for your property.
SavATree utilizes a sub-surface liquid injection process to administer the nutrient programs. Injecting organic fertilizer and soil amendments into the ground under pressure replenishes depleted soil with nutrients. It also disperses and aerates compacted soil, allowing water and oxygen to reach the root hairs where absorption takes place.
Knowing which application is right for your landscape can be confusing. Fortunately, your SavATree arborist will recommend the best treatment for your landscape’s specific needs that contain one or more of the following ingredients:
Organic soil enhancer is useful for established trees and ornamentals that are deprived organic matter due to the cleanup of fallen leaves. SavATree’s organic soil enhancer is a unique, natural product that was developed to assist in the proper establishment of organic matter in soils.
It goes beyond the function of traditional fertilizers by supplying carbon-rich organic materials to your landscape in constructive and usable forms for plants and soil microorganisms. This form of soil amendment is especially useful in renewing soils after construction projects.
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