Saturday, September 29, 2012

Healthy Trees need Fertilizer


Fertilization
When trying to keep your trees healthy, fertilization is another good choice.  The application of moderate rates of slow-release nitrogen fertilizer materials to the soil over the root zone of young to mature trees is beneficial to their growth and survival.   Excessive rates should be avoided and trees past maturity or in senescence should not be fertilized.

Fertilization; the different mixes for different trees, when to apply, how to apply and what type to apply can be a difficult concept to master.  But getting it right is crucial to a successful fertilization plan. I highly recommend seeking the assistance of a professional tree service, like Trees "R" Us, Inc. when it comes to fertilization.  Most high quality tree care companies have several certified arborists who will take all the guess work our of fertilizing.  Trees "R" Us, Inc. has 4 certified arborists on staff who can answer all your questions about plant and tree fertilization.  In addition, a tree service's plant health care division, if they have one, is exactly what you need.  The plant health care division provides arborist services, fertilizations, and general health care for all your plants and trees.  Trees "R" Us, Inc. offers plant health care and much more. If you are local to the Chicagoland area, please give us a call to find out more about how we can help you keep your trees healthy.


Trees "R" Us, Inc. is a professional tree service in the Chicagoland area.  We service the north shore, north suburbs and northwest suburbs of Chicago.  Trees "R" Us, Inc. has 4 certified arborists on staff ready to assess your plants and tree care needs in a timely manner.  Our services include tree trimming, pruning, stump grinding, emergency tree services, tree removal, cabling and bracing, fertilization and plant health care.

Trees "R" Us, Inc. can be contacted at 847-913-9069 or through our online forms at www.treesrusinc.com.

Thanks for reading,
Nick
nick@treesrusinc.com

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