Deep Root Fertilization

Deep root fertilization is the process in which liquid fertilizer is injected directly into the ground along the drip line of the tree. Other techniques like beaded spray and spreadable fertilizers allow for the shorter roots zones of smaller plants to absorb the fertilizer preventing it from reaching the larger feeding roots of the tree. By injecting directly into the root zone your tree will absorb the maximum amount of nutrients, and do so at a more rapid pace. As a result your tree can experience healthy new growth, increased stability throughout the root structure, and the strengthening of trunk and major limbs. Aside from grass, shrubs, and weeds depleting the nutrients in your spreadable fertilizers, the substance itself is at risk of getting blown away by the wind and evaporating from the sun. Deep root fertilization is the most effect method of fertilization for your trees.