Nutrient-deprived soils are commonly found in most urban areas simply because of the normal construction that occurs there. When a new home or community is built, the nutrient-rich topsoil is removed and replaced with low-nutrient fill dirt. Since shrub and tree fertilizing is an essential component of maintaining their health, we've spent a considerable amount of time researching and designing specifically blended fertilizers for all types of nutrient-deprived soils. After determining the perfect fertilizer composite, our plant technician will calculate and insert the exact amount that's required for each plant's needs.

Methods of Delivery

Many different methods can be used to transfer fertilizer into the root system of plants, but deep root feeding and soil drenching are two of the most commonly used at Arbor Care. Deep root feeding uses pressure to inject the fertilizer directly into the root zone area, which is where the entire nutrient uptake takes place. This process not only assists in replenishing the soil with the proper nutrients, but it can also help with breaking up compacted soil, allowing water and oxygen to reach the vitally important root region. For smaller trees and shrubs, a soil drench is the preferred method of use. The liquid fertilizer is drenched around the base of the plant, where it can saturate through the soil to its destination.

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