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ORNAMENTAL LANDSCAPE FERTILIZATION

Are you beginning to recognize stunt in the growth of your trees or roots of older trees peeking out of the ground? Blade Runners has the answer and proper expertise to solve this problem. Utilizing a proper system of developing holes 18 inches deep within the earth above the root system, moisture will be replenished helping to restore trees to their natural healthy state.

It is important to focus much of the tree fertilization near the feeder roots allowing for the most moisture to seep in. The feeder roots are located just inside and just outside of the drip line on a tree, many times on the north side of the tree.

Deep Root Feeding

The phrase may sound simple, but the actual process behind deep root feeding is more complex than meets the eye. The deep root feeding process injects fertilizers, insecticides, soil enhancers and water directly into the root zone of a tree. At this location moisture is absorbed allowing for maximum nutrients to be absorbed as well. Additionally, during the process soil is broken up allowing a simpler path for water, nutrients and air to enter the root zone, which is typically no deeper than 12 inches.

Are you beginning to recognize stunt in the growth of your trees or roots of older trees peeking out of the ground? Blade Runners has the answer and proper expertise to solve this problem. Utilizing a proper system of developing holes 18 inches deep within the earth above the root system, moisture will be replenished helping to restore trees to their natural salubrious state.
It is important to focus much of the tree fertilization near the feeder roots allowing for the most moisture to seep in. The feeder roots are located just inside and just outside of the drip line on a tree, many times on the north side of the tree.

Slow Release Fertilizer

Slow release fertilizer allows for nutrients to be received slowly and steadily over time, allowing for nutrients to be received gradually. A majority of slow release fertilizers either organic or synthetic tend to release when soil temperatures become warm. With this type of release also comes a benefit, as roots are most active in warm soil, and essentially a system is in place as fertilizer naturally becomes available when the plant is in need.

The secret of Micronutrients:

The key micronutrients essential to plant growth and nutrition include iron, chlorine, manganese, boron, copper, molybdenum and zinc and are only needed in extremely minute quantities to be effective.

Iron is an essential factor in the process of chlorophyll synthesis

Chlorine is a necessary component allowing for a balance to form between osmosis and ionic and also plays a significant role in photosynthesis.

Manganese allows for the activation of key enzymes involved in the process of forming chlorophyll.  Plants deficient in this micronutrient will acquire chlorosis amongst the veins of its leaves.

Boron aids in metabolic regulation and the carbohydrate transport in plants. Plants deficient in boron will many times result in bud dieback.

Copper deficiency within plants presents browning of leaf tips and chlorosis.

Molybdenum is a key micronutrient for plant health, helping to reduce nitrates into functional forms.

Zinc aids in the activation of many enzymes and also participates in the formation of chlorophyll. Plants deficient in zinc will show stunted growth and chlorosis.

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