Your trees not only add beauty to your outdoor residential environment, but they increase your property value tremendously. Stately, healthy trees are showpieces amongst your landscape and they add cooling shade and relaxing areas on your outdoor grounds. There are a variety of things you can do to ensure they remain strong and healthy.
- ENTRUST THE CARE OF YOUR TREES AND PLANTS TO AN EXPERIENCED TREE COMPANY
- ENACT A CONTINUAL TREE AND PLANT HEALTH CARE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
- AVOID UNINTENTIONAL WOUNDING
- PROPER DRAINAGE
ARE THERE TREATMENTS THAT WILL PROTECT MY TREES AND BOOST THEIR HEALTH?
Yes! The best arborist in Fort Worth Texas will advise you on the health-boosting treatments that are best for you and your residential habitat. Some of these important treatments include:
DEEP ROOT FERTILIZATION
We strongly recommend this important treatment! Trees rarely receive adequate nutrition from topical lawn fertilizer applications. The highly-skilled tree expert determines the specific minerals and nutrients the tree requires and then injects these under pressure directly into the tree's root zone. Compacted soil is also corrected by this process and the soil is aerated. Trees that receive this key treatment annually are 95% more disease resistant. Their root structures flourish and their immunity to disease and insect infestation is boosted tremendously.
TREE HEALTH ASSESSMENT
Performed by an ISA certified arborist, the tree is closely examined to determine if it is weakened and vulnerable to disease infection. The nutrients that the tree requires are determined by the tree expert and the arbor care professionals will be able to ensure your tree remains healthy.
TREE GROWTH REGULATORS
Large, mature trees often grow faster than their roots are able to support their stature. Tree growth regulators increase the root density of the tree and greatly boost the tree's immunity to disease. Trees are more able to withstand the severe temperature changes that frequently occur in Fort Worth. This valuable treatment lasts five years.
Trees that are planted in buckets in nurseries or decorative pots develop curled roots as they grow. Frequently, trees that are planted in small areas grow larger than space permits. Root pruning prevents destructive girdled roots from occurring. Girdled roots can inhibit the flow of water and nutrients throughout the tree's structure and cannot only stunt the tree's growth but can eventually destroy the tree.