Deep Root Feeding

Serving the communities of Wayne, Franklin Lakes, Oakland, Pompton Lakes,
Pompton Plains, Pequannock,  West Milford, and Ringwood NJ Since 1947

A number of factors may weaken trees – construction, insects, drought, and disease. When this occurs, trees may require a feeding. This is optimally done in early Spring, or Fall.  A combination of a granular fertilizer and mycorrhizae is utilized to help the feeder roots pull nutrients and water from the soil. A motorized auger is used to aerate the soil and inject the treatment deeper into the ground. Shrubs, small trees, and large trees can all be treated in this manner. While feeding is no guarantee of survival, it can help to save the tree or plant in certain circumstances.