While it seems everybody fertilises their lawn to encourage its growth and improve its disease resistance few people apply the same level of care to their trees.
Do my trees need fertilising?
In forests trees have Nutrients galore. In our gardens that’s not often the case.
As we sweep away leaves, fallen twigs and bark we’re removing potential nutrients for the soil . Additionally grass up to the base of our trees is not natural and often out-competes trees for available nutrients and moisture.
Its quite simple to mix organic material in with our air spade or soil augers, but where grass needs to be retained for aesthetics these aren’t always an option.
That’s where soil injection can come in.
By injecting natural, slow release fertilisers into the soil this can kick start your trees for the upcoming growing season
Proper fertilisation can help you trees fight against pests and diseases and help them stay healthy and vigorous for years to come.
And by using soil injection we can add specific organic fertilisers straight to the roots, rather than a broad spectrum granular blend sitting on the surface.