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Like all plants, trees require nutrients to live and thrive. When one or more required nutrients are deficient in the surrounding soil, the tree will not reach its full landscaping potential. As a result the tree may be more susceptible to disease and insect problems. Improperly fertilized trees typically have a shorter life than a similar, well-fertilized tree. Speak with our tree service experts, and ask about our tree fertilization services.
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Tree size will determine whether to use macronutrients or micronutrients. As these names imply, they are based upon the quantity of the given nutrient(s) necessary for growth.
Macronutrients are required by plants in larger quantities than micronutrients. Macronutrients include nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), potassium (K), calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg), and sulfur (S). Addition of macronutrients, especially nitrogen, can result in improved growth. However deficiencies can lead to slower growth, and visible symptoms.
Micronutrients, which are typically required in very small amounts. Micronutrients include iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), zinc (Zn), copper (Cu), boron (B), chlorine (Cl), and molybdenum (Mo).
Which Tree Fertilizer Product Should I Choose?
A range of fertilizer products are commercially available. In addition it will provide your trees with the appropriate nutrients. All fertilizer labels indicate the amount of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium contained in the product by percentage. Furthermore the weight of these nutrients per 100 pounds of product; e.g., 100 pounds of a fertilizer marked “10-8-6” contains 10 pounds of nitrogen in various forms [eg. ammonium (NH4) or nitrate (NO3)], 8 pounds of phosphate expressed as P2O5, and 6 pounds of potash expressed as K2O. Fertilizers containing N, P, and K, such as 9-18-9 and 20-20-20, are referred to as “complete fertilizers.”
In addition fertilizers come organic, naturally occurring, inorganic, or synthetic. On the contrary inorganic fertilizers are usually highly soluble, and are more rapidly available to the plant. Organic fertilizers take time to break down and release nutrients more slowly. Organic fertilizers and inorganic fertilizers may be combined. This will ensure the nutrients are available to a plant rapidly. Additionally adding an extended period of time. Add slow release fertilizers to extend time nutrients are available to the plant. For more info, or to inquire about our tree fertilization services, give us a call at 770-218-0068.