Tree Health Maintenance & Care
There are way more tree services than just trimming and pruning. Over the years we have always thought of ourselves as a company that was really interested in investing our time and money into learning about actual tree care. The reason we did this, was mainly because we saw that most of our competitors were really not studying any type of technique to promote tree health and actually be able to help trees that were not developing properly. We are more than just tree trimmers and pruners and that is something that we are certainly out to prove.
Can A Tree Live On Water Alone?
One of the first things that we looked into when we wanted to really expand our tree care services, was the effects of different fertilizers that we are being used in commercial agriculture. To see how those could actually benefit or even speed up tree growth. Can your tree live on water alone? The answer is actually no, yet, it can pick up nutrients that are naturally embedded in the soil. That is why as with plants certain trees will develop better in certain areas than in others. What we can do is help mimic the conditions that are present naturally in the best soil in all sorts of soil to be able to give trees and plants a better chance to properly develop.
Adding Extra Support
We talk about this at length in our tree bracing and cabling page. Still, we wanted to make sure that we brought this up in this section. Noticing some sort of problem in your tree’s development early in the process is going to dramatically increase our chances of being able to correct things. Adding support to developing trees or bracing trees that are experiencing some sort of break within the trunk early as the problem is developing is crucial!
You know when you take your kids to their regular pediatrician they will keep a record of how your kid is growing and developing? That is exactly what we do with trees. We measure the trees we take pictures and measure time frames to see if leaves are continuing to grow at a reasonable rate. The reason why we collect data is so that we can have a better chance of making a decision on what we would need to do to better your tree’s health. There are certain signs that you can spot at times that indicate certain types of damage is present. If you are eyeballing it all the time, it is going to be harder to get consistent results. Hence, our obsession with data.
This certainly falls in line with what we were just mentioning. To be able to provide good, consistent results, we need to be given the chance to continually provide our services, every month or so. The time table can vary depending on the particular area. Yet, it is a good idea to keep our number if you want long term results.