Provide Essential Nutrients for Healthy Growth
It is important that trees receive the nutrients necessary to live and thrive. When your soil is deficient of nutrients, your trees will not reach their full landscape potential, will be more susceptible to disease and insect problems, and will have a shorter life than a similar, well-fertilized tree. Trees in urban and suburban environments are often under high stress conditions due to low moisture availability, soil compaction, physical damage, nearby construction, and competition from turf and nearby trees and shrubs.
Wachtel Tree Science's specifically formulated fertilizing services provide beneficial nutrients and fungi in a variety of application techniques. Our Certified Arborists offer a thorough analysis to identify the best fertilization treatment for your landscape.
- Specialized fertilizer mixes with slow release components for longevity
- Supplementation of nutrients to compensate for iron and other deficiencies
- Beneficial fungi to increase root growth and capacity
- Compost teas to add life to soil
- Vertical mulching and radial trenching for soil compaction problems
Tree Fertilization Based on Biological Needs
Tree fertilizing ensures that the nutritional needs your landscape requires for healthy growth are met. Due to natural biological processes, trees are continually removing mineral elements from the soil. In a native forest, beneficial elements are recycled as leaves drop down to the forest floor and decompose. In most residential, commercial and municipal landscapes, we interrupt this process through routine clean-up maintenance. Without periodic fertilization, mineral elements will become deficient and can cause a variety of tree care concerns. Our fertilization treatments help support the nutritional needs of trees that are interrupted in the urban landscape.
Professional tree fertilization service supports the tree's ability for replacement growth, feeder root production, defense of all sorts of attacks from insects and disease, and recovery from issues. Slow release fertilizers, compost teas and the application of beneficial fungi are all services our Certified Arborists offer based on your landscape's specific needs.
We have been working with you for one year now and have been very happy with the service we have received!
Michelle E. - Waukesha, WI