For decades, while utilizing the latest technology & the most effective organic soil amendments to treat our sickest trees, we have noticed the surrounding plants & shrubs have also flourished. While we would help implement a practical mulching & irrigation program that would take up were we left off, we have recognized that there are trees & shrubs in the landscape that would benefit from a distinct fertilization program. Why not use the same soil amendments on a regular basis?
To implement an effective fertilization program we diagnose your trees & shrubs, test the soil, and prescribe the best holistic approach to kept your plants green, while blossoming & fruiting like you’ve never seen them before!
Healthy plants are better able to ward off many of the diseases & pests they encounter here in the Upstate. In addition to soil injection, broadcast spraying, soil drenching & foliar application, we are now able to fertilize by spraying the bark (this has proven most useful in suburban landscapes with limited rooting zones & mulch beds).
Why organic? Most fertilization companies use a few dollars worth of chemicals that are harsh to the environment. They may give the appearance of health from a quick nitrogen boast, but this can leave your trees and plants more susceptible to disease & pests, while allowing salt to build up in the soil (and make its way to our rivers). Organic fertilization produces the healthiest plants, and is friendlier to the environment, pets & kids.
Our soil amendments may include, but not limited to, amino acids, bark, bio-stimulants, carbohydrates, charcoal, chelated micro-nutrients, compost tea, fermented plant extracts, fish fertilizer, humic acid, kelp extract, mycorrhizae, natural wetting agents, pea gravel, peat moss, mushroom compost, porous ceramic, rooting hormones, sand, sugars, wood chips, worm castings & yucca plant extract. Which to use & in what amounts? Like Bush’s Baked Beans; “no one else knows our secret family recipe & we’re not telling!”
Before you call a tree removal service, let our impartial consulting arborists identify potential hazards and diseases, and recommend proven solutions. Our approach spares our clients needless worry and, often, thousands of dollars in removal and treatment costs.