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What Are the Benefits to Fertilizing Your Trees & Shrubs?
Makes your trees healthier
Reduces stress and likelihood for disease and pest infestations
Your trees will be prettier and more vibrant
Increases fruit size and production
Increases nutrients to delivered to your trees
Corrects soil inadequacies
Our Fertilization Program
Fertilization is an important step in any tree care program. To grow your trees in the prairies of Calgary they need a boost! This ensures that you don’t end up having to remove your tree. Our arborists fertilize your trees based on their needs. We factor in your trees health and history and prescribe the necessary treatments. Fertilization for your tree’s is accomplished by one of two methods. One is “deep root”, where we deliver nutrients directly into the soil where the trees root region is located. The other is systemic, where nutrients are delivered into the trunk of your trees. Our arborists are able to determine what method is most appropriate. Fertilizing your trees should be done along with a proper pruning program to maximize benefits. The best time of year for this service is early spring, or late fall while the trees remain dormant.