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Plants need fuel to live, and the fuel is known as Fertilizer.

Plants, similar to people, need proper nutrition. However, in the plants' case the nutrition comes from the Soil. Thus, Fertilization is one way to provide the proper nutrients to your plants. Additional important aspects include organic matter and adjusting the pH levels of the Soil. With these options and multiple others, Arbor-Pro Tree Experts evaluate the Soil to provide the best results for your Tree, Shrubs, and Plants.

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Know your Soil, and you will know the Fertilizer to use.

   An Intense Soil Management Program in which we research the Soil to determine the optimal Fertilizer for your Soil as well as your Trees and Shrubs is available.  

Environment affects a Fertilizer.

   Arbor-Pro Tree Experts offer multiple blends of fertilizer for your plants. We use slow-release nitrogen to feed your plants over time while reducing effects such as leaching and runoff, yet promoting the environment of your plants.

   

Did you know a healthy, well-fertilized tree with a strong root system is less susceptible to insects and pests, and more resistant to disease and nutrient deficiencies?

Drought conditions in the Denver area over the past several years caused considerable damage to both young and mature trees. If left untreated, a tree could die and become a hazard and/or an eyesore. 

   According to the Colorado State University Extension, some indicators your tree roots are in distress include yellow leaves, reduced growth, and branch dieback. Mushrooms or conks around the tree bottom and a white fungus located under the bark are also symptomatic of suffering roots. 

Benjamin Franklin once said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” 

Preventative maintenance is easier and cheaper than treating problems after they arise. Yearly deep root fertilization, in early Spring or late Fall, can greatly improve the hardiness and increase the longevity of your valued tree. It will also green up your canopies, giving your trees a more vibrant appearance. 

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