Plant (Tree) Health Care
Healthy Soils support Healthy Trees
In most urban landscapes the soils have been significantly disturbed due to housing construction, road building and topography modifications to allow for positive storm water flow. The effects of these activities produce compacted soils, poor drainage and a poor root growing environment.
To counter the negative growth effects of poor soil conditions we provide a balanced mixture of essential
nutrients and beneficial microbes which are soil injected in the plant's root zone. Soil injection aerates and breaks up the soil in the injection zone. This method of application becomes necessary to allow trees to produce vigorous and healthy, balanced growth. Supporting good soil health allows healthy trees to resist decline caused by invading insects and diseases.
Occasionally specific tree species may show other unusual signs on the foliage due to negative soil influences.