Root Aeriation, Decompaction And Supplement Injection
AN OVERLOOKED AREA IN TREE MANAGEMENT IS THE UNDERGROUND LANDSCAPE.
An overlooked area in tree management is the underground landscape. Human activities dramatically disturb the gaseous exchange essential for healthy root systems. Where this is diminished, the subsequent stress draws on tree energy and creates conditions where the tree will be susceptible to secondary disorders that can lead to serious trauma and terminal decline. A pro-active approach to soil conditions in the rooting zone prior to or at stress level can reverse this potential decline and holistically improve tree health.
Soil decompaction and aeration:
- Reduce soil compaction
- Stimulate root growth through the improvement of soil structure and aeration
- Draining of waterlogged soils to reactivate natural biological processes in the soil
Injection of granular material:
- Reduce the likelihood of re-compaction after treatment
- Increase soil moisture retention with water retaining granules
- Enhance soil nutrition with precise fertilisation
- Mitigate salt stress with specialised granular materials
Improve plant performance with organise bio-stimulants and mycorrhizal inoculants