Aeration and Deep Root Fertilization

Aeration of tree root zones in compacted clay soils is critical to providing trees access to essential oxygen and creates subsoil openings for healthy root development.

Deep Root Fertilization can significantly improve tree health and vigor AFTER tree / soil deficiencies have been identified through proper testing.

Trees in urban areas must deal with challenges rarely found in nature. Due to nearby construction and paving, trees often find themselves growing in unnatural surroundings. Soils are compacted by construction, roots are severed for foundations, sidewalks and roadways. Open land that would absorb water to naturally irrigate and fertilize trees is often made “impervious” by this construction or paving activity. To counteract these urban challenges, it is important to provide adequate water and nutrients to the root zones of our trees.