Trees naturally flourish in the rich, organic forest soil, but in our backyards, trees need to compete with our lawns and other plants. Therefore, it becomes necessary to frequently remove fallen leaves, organic matter and tree fertilization for nutrient recycling that would naturally have helped them grow. Trees also require nutrients to live and thrive. When one or more of these nutrients are deficient in the soil, the tree will not grow to its full potential, will be more vulnerable to disease and insect problems.
There are many fertilizer products are available to provide trees with the appropriate nutrients. Both organic (naturally occurring) and inorganic (synthetic) fertilizers can be used to supply plant nutrients. Tree Fertilization needs to be done in a proper way and at the right time. A good time to fertilize trees is from fall to mid-spring. At these times the tree's roots take the nutrients from the soil and apply them to important health-promoting functions such as root development and disease resistance. If a tree shows yellowing, extremely slow growth, or some other sign which might indicate a nutrient deficiency, then fertilizer can be applied at any time during the growing season.
Correctly done fertilization can help a tree overcome mineral deficiencies and fight off infections. It is necessary to fertilize throughout the entire root system to achieve the prime objective of fertilization of putting nutrients in the tree's roots.
In New Smyrna Beach and its surrounding area, New Smyrna Tree Service is the leading emergency tree service provider. We have years of experience and a long list of clients who can attest to our quality of service. We offer a wide variety of tree related services which include stump removal, tree cutting, tree pruning, land clearing, tree trimming and many more.
If you need more information on tree fertilization, contact New Smyrna Tree Service at 386-267-8027 today.