in recent years have put continued stress on our trees and landscapes.
Though established trees might not show an immediate reaction,
lack of rain continues to wear on a tree’s energy reserves
over time, even over a number of years. It’s no secret
that watering your trees, especially those newly planted, can
help alleviate this problem, but did you also know that fertilizing
could also help restore your trees vitality?
to help your trees survive and thrive during and after a drought:
- WATER, WATER, WATER! The best time to water is before your
trees look stressed. We recommend watering the entire root
zone of a tree 2-3 hours per week.
under trees eliminates competition from grass and conserves
helps boost the overall vitality of a tree.
Regulation redirects energy normally reserved for
growth into the root system.