Deep Root Feeding

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Deep Root Feeding
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Deep Root Feeding
Deep root fertilization is a process by which water and nutrients mostly Nitrogen Phosphorus  and Potassium are mixed in a hydraulic spray rig and pumped into the ground through a hose to a large soil probe dispersing the materials in a manor that allows the plants to obtain all the needed nutrients for optimal plant growth.  This process also allows aeration of the soil which will benefit plant health.
The fertilizers used have a quick release portion of the product and a slower release portion of the product to insure that nutrients will remain in the soil through out the growing year.  This process will benefit trees, shrubs and flowers.  It is generally performed on feature plants that have ample public view to allow the best esthetic value to the tree, shrubs, etc.  The fertilizers are generally applied in the Spring allowing the plant to take up nutrients all Season long.  Only trees in stress or a state of decline would benefit from a Fall fertilization.
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Mockingbird Hill
Tree and Shrub  Care
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