It's been an arid year and with February being below freezing, conditions didn't allow for deep root watering. However, with the temperature raising, we urge you to deep root water your trees.
Trees need proper water, mineral, and nutrients for survival. In addition to first absorbing the nutrients and food that the tree needs to survive, roots also store necessary nutrients and food for future needs. This is especially important during the colder, winter months when nutrients tend to be less plentiful than in the summer. This storage by the roots is how trees survive the colder months. Because of the roots, the tree doesn’t go hungry during this time and still gets the nutrients it needs to continue to grow.
If you are on our list for will call watering and would like us to come out then click the button below to authorize another round of watering. If you need an estimate then you may also click the button below to request an estimate.