Texas trees took a beating this year with the February ice storm. We are still seeing residual stress, decline in canopies, and damage from the storm.
Proper fertilization and soil management can help these trees recover from a very stressful year. Fall is the tree’s time to prepare for hibernation and cold weather. Sick trees going into the winter months have less of a chance of emerging in the spring. Treatments now can help prepare our trees for the winter shut down and increase their chances of emerging in the spring and stimulate healthy spring growth. Proper soil conditions and nutrient levels are essential to the long-term health and vigor of every tree and plant. Healthy soil and roots stimulate healthy root growth which means increased energy stores for the long winter months.
We offer Organic Feeding Programs that feed both the soil and the tree to establish proper nutrient and soil management. This encourages trees and plants to grow their roots deep and strong by increasing beneficial microbial activity in the soil, leading to a healthy canopy
and a tree more resilient to insects, diseases, and drought, whereas improper fertilization methods can actually damage your soil biology by eradicating healthy organisms.
For a custom Fall fertilization program created just for your specific trees and soil, contact one of our ISA Certified Arborists today.