Often the soil our trees are planted in, is of poor quality. Deep Root Feeding adds nutrients to the soil that the tree needs to be the healthiest tree possible.

In natural forest environments, soil nutrients are constantly replenished by decaying organic matter from leaves and needles, but sometimes even they need a boost. In urban settings, we surround our trees with concrete or grass, which limits or causes competition for nutrients. By limiting and removing the organic matter, we are stopping nature’s natural supply of food to our trees.

Topical fertilizers you may apply do not make it to the feeder roots of the tree, because they are absorbed by the roots of grass, shrubs, and lanscaping.  Deep Root Feeding injects water and nutrients into the soil, directly into your tree's feeder roots. The feeder root zone is typically no deeper than 12 inches down.  This is where the tree absorbs most of the nutrients.  To properly Deep Root Feed, we place a specialized tool (almost like a huge needle) 8 to 12 inches into the soil, and apply the mix of nutrients directly to the feeder roots.  We continue inserting the probe and injecting nutrients every two feet in a grid pattern around the drip line of the tree, offering the tree nutrients that it needs to grow and flourish.