DEEP LIQUID FERTILIZATION
Below the surface application of fertilizer beneath a tree to increase aeration and promote greater disease drought, and borer resistance. Applied in a ring or grid pattern starting at the dripline (furthest extension of the branches) and moving in towards the trunk, up to approx. 1/2-1/3 of the way to the trunk
Topping or crown reduction
Important note about topping
Topping is considered a harmful practice to most trees. When this service is practiced it must be according to Arborist standards with a light hand and the knowledge to know where to cut to help maintain the health of the tree. It is only recommended for a tree that is currently exhibiting weaknesses that may be made safer, has a history of frequent storm damage, or has a special restriction such as that may be alleviated by topping.
Using a stump grinder or cutting machine to grind a stump to below the soil surface, typically 6"-8" deep.
Securing 2 opposing leads or trunks to support the crotch below the cable to help decrease the likelihood that a tree will structurally fail
Installation of a solid threaded rod at a weak or split crotch to prevent lateral shifting
DISEASE & INSECT
DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT
Our licensed certified arborist will inspect your trees to determine issues and make the proper recommendations based on ongoing knowledge and experience. When treatments are the solution we are MDA licensed to apply the proper solutions in a number of difeerent methods, ie: spray application, ground , and trunk injection
As arborists our goal is to help maintain the health of trees but there are times when removal is the best, safest, or only option to protect your family and property
Removal is cutting a tree down to as near ground level as possible