Most trees exist in nature without much care, but transplanting trees into urban areas or man-made conditions can create problems. Often these trees will be growing in restricted root zone areas, be surrounded by pavement or compacted soil or be physically damaged by construction activities. The root system is just as important and fragile as the above-ground parts. Fertilizer will give your trees the nutrients they are missing and need to thrive. The introduction of micro organisms (micorizee), rizospheric bacteria and humic acids that occur naturally in the forest will replicate your trees ideal living conditions.
Micorizee bonds to your tree roots and significantly increases their ability to absorb water and nutrients by extending the root zone. Rizospheric bacteria added to you soil will aid your trees in its chemical processes for proper absorbtion. Humic acids are what your leaves would decompose into if we were not in the habit of removing them from our yards for ascetic value. To top it all off, the application process breaks up compacted soil and created pockets(macro pores) for proper root growth. Ultimately we are just providing your trees with what they need and want, to live and be enjoyed, in a location of your family's choosing for generations.
New England Tree Service professionals can climb any roof and remove snow or ice buildup before it's a problem.
Winter in New England can be taxing on you roof. Feel safe in your home this winter knowing the snow isn't piling up!
To schedule a snow removal contact us today!
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