Throughout Chicagoland, trees and shrubs in the landscape are growing in less than perfect soil. Fertilizing is an easy way to add those essential nutrients that the plant is missing. Our company utilizes a soil injection method along with a mixture of fertilizer and organic nutrients aimed at conditioning the soil and improving tree vigor. Soil injections around tree root zones also helps to alleviate compaction and allows your trees to absorb more of the available water and nutrients in the soil. The biological product we use is mixed with water and then pressure injected into the soil 2 - 8 inches in depth within the root zones of the trees. Soil injections of mycorrhizae (beneficial fungi) and nutrients both aerates the soil and improves growing conditions that your tree’s roots need.
A routine schedule of soil injections over several years can make a big difference in the health of your trees and shrubs and improve their ability to withstand drought, bug infestations and disease. Proper mulching around trees aids in both protecting the tree trunks and in establishing proper soil conditions for your trees to thrive in.
Sometimes when pest populations are high enough to threaten the health of a tree, it is necessary to apply pesticides.
Our company employs Certified Pesticide Applicators who are specifically trained to handle and apply pesticides with the least impact on the environment and people. We use a combination of both liquid drench and truck injection methods; depending on the conditions. Timing of these treatments is crucial to the success of the treatment.
A trained professional Certified Arborist will be able to identify the problem and prescribed a complete program to maintain your tree’s health.
The urban yard can be an unnatural and stressful location that often reduces the vitality and lifespan of trees.
Growth regulator applications boost the growth of fine root hairs in trees and woody shrubs and facilitate trees and woody shrubs during drought stress, construction damage, poor soil conditions, and limited root space. It has been shown to reverse the decline in mature Oak trees and rejuvenate yellowing (chlorotic) Birch and Pin Oaks. Treated trees show increased vigor, improved nutrient absorption, appear greener, and have better pest resistance. A treated tree grows more slowly, requires less pruning and may be able to re-allocate precious resources to root, storage and defensive systems. The growth control lasts for approximately three (3) growing seasons.
If you want us to manage your oaks, elms and all other trees please set up an appointment so we can
evaluate them and put them on a care program.
We maintain a regular list of customers who have entrusted their trees to our care. Call today to join the hundreds who sleep better at night knowing they have employed the best in the business!