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Deep Root Fertilizing

Beautiful Trees ISA certified arborists are experienced getting your trees the nutrients they need to thrive. Our Deep Root Fertilizer applies the food your tree needs where it needs it most.

Deep Root Fertilizing - Feed Your Trees

Does your tree look a little pale, unhealthy or have you been recommended to provide some fertilizer to your tree? Beautiful Trees Deep Root Fertilizer is the best food for your tree to be beautiful and healthy. With the proper deep root feeding you will see improved tree growth and health.

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Beautiful Trees is insured with full-range liability insurance for up to $5,000,000, ISA certified, and experienced in deep root fertilization for trees. It’s important to note that hiring an ISA certified and insured tree maintenance service like Beautiful Trees is crucial for ensuring the job is done correctly and minimizing any potential risks or damages.

When looking for Toronto Deep Root Fertilizing or in other surrounding areas, all the way to Muskoka, we have the necessary expertise, equipment, and knowledge to properly provide soil enrichment for increased soil fertility. Our certification ensures that we follow industry standards and best practices. You can contact Beautiful Trees to get an accurate estimate for your specific tree care needs. 

Why Deep Root Fertilizing is Important

Deep Root FertilizingThere are lots of reasons to provide your trees with extra nutrients. One of the most common being in an urban space. Often these areas are compacted and lack the air spaces that are required for proper root growth. Since the root system is kind of like the straw for the tree to drink its food, without proper growth its even harder for a tree to feed itself. The soil in these areas often lack the nutrients as well.

When the fertilizer is carefully and strategically applied directly to the roots of the tree, it operates in two significant and complementary ways, thereby enhancing the overall growth and nourishment of the tree. Firstly, this specialized application technique facilitates the creation of vital air spaces within the soil, thereby promoting optimal conditions for the roots to expand and flourish. Consequently, the roots are granted a favorable environment that supports their unhindered development, enabling them to extend and establish a robust foundation within the soil. Secondly, this direct and precise application of fertilizer ensures that the tree receives its essential nutrients exactly where it needs them the most, allowing the tree to fully get the benefit from the rich nourishment offered by the fertilizer. As a result, the tree is able to harness and maximize its access to the nutritive elements, thereby fostering its overall health, vitality, and growth.

Signs you Need Deep Root Fertilizing

  • Tree Needing Deep Root FertilizingStunted or slow growth: If your trees are not growing as quickly as they should or are showing signs of stunted growth, it may indicate a need for deep root fertilizing. Lack of nutrients in the soil can hinder the tree’s ability to grow properly.

  • Yellowing or discolored leaves: If the leaves of your trees are turning yellow or displaying unusual discoloration, it can be a sign of nutrient deficiencies. Deep root fertilizing can help replenish the necessary nutrients and restore the tree’s health.
  • Reduced foliage: If your trees are experiencing a significant reduction in foliage density, such as thinning canopy or sparse leaves, it may indicate that the tree is not receiving enough nutrients. Deep root fertilizing can help improve foliage density and promote healthier growth.

  • Pest or disease susceptibility: Trees that are lacking essential nutrients are more susceptible to pest infestations and diseases. Deep root fertilizing can strengthen the tree’s immune system and make it more resistant to pests and diseases.
  • Soil compaction: If the soil around your trees is compacted, it can hinder root growth and nutrient absorption. Deep root fertilizing can help break up the compacted soil, allowing the roots to expand and absorb nutrients more effectively.
  • Poor overall tree health: If your trees appear to be in poor overall health, with weak branches, brittle leaves, or frequent dieback, it may indicate a need for deep root fertilizing. Providing the necessary nutrients can improve the tree’s overall health and vitality.

Please note that the signs mentioned above are general indicators and may vary depending on the specific tree species and environmental conditions. It is always recommended to consult with a professional arborist or tree care specialist at Beautiful Trees for an accurate assessment and appropriate fertilization recommendations.

Our Custom Blend

Our fertilizer is a custom blend created by our scientist to provide the nutrients that your soils lack. Through research in our area and knowledge of common nutrient deficiencies in our soils we can provide a blend that is better suited to our unique area. The fertilizer is injected to the soil around the roots using pressure and our tree root injector. Using pressure it allows the compacted soil to be broken up which also has the benefit of increasing drainage. This custom blend is exactly what your trees need to thrive.

Contact Beautiful Trees today for a free estimate and more information about our custom deep root fertilizer and how it will help your trees flourish.

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