Nutrient-deficient soil is especially common in urban areas in Brazos County, Texas. Deep root fertilization is a helpful way to put lost nutrients back into the soil so plants can use them. It’s also a necessary treatment for trees that severely lack nutrients or have been damaged from fungus, root rot, girdled roots, or various other reasons.
Why should you schedule a consultation for deep root fertilization today? The treatment can deliver significant benefits:
Deep root fertilization is a more accurate way to apply fertilizers, and it can improve the health of all trees. Investing in your trees today not only brings health and beauty to your property but also increases your land’s value over time.
Top Point Tree is a company you can trust:
Call (979) 773-3242 today for more information on setting up a consultation with one of our ISA Certified Arborists!
Deep root fertilization helps trees survive and grow College Station’s high clay and high sodium soil. We inject kelp, mycorrhizae, and a vitamin solution to the ground to support your trees.
A tree’s critical roots are found around the edge of the canopy, on the drip line. A visualization of how to find a tree’s drip line is shown here on the left :
Tree roots only go about 3-6 feet down into the ground and spread out laterally almost 2-3 times the width of the tree’s canopy. A visualization of a tree’s root system is shown below.
Our certified arborists use this information to apply our deep root fertilization treatment. If you have any further questions about deep root fertilization, call (979) 773-3242 to contact one of our team members, who will be happy to help you!