Trees need fertilizing to maintain proper nutrient levels. For example, when trees are chlorotic (yellowing of leaves) it indicates a nitrogen deficiency. Southern Alberta soils, especially clay soils, can limit nutrient uptake.
The Branch Manager Tree Experts employs a method of surface-lateral, slow-release fertilizer plugs that ensure optimum nutrient delivery for up to 2 years.
You probably do not need deep-root fertilizing that other firms may sell you. Why? The only tree in southern Alberta with a tap root (like a carrot) is an oak tree. All other plant material in this environment has surface-lateral roots, which rarely penetrate the soil deeper than 8-10 inches. If you pay for deep root fertilizing when you don’t need it, the material only leaches in the soil and does not go near the roots.
Let The Branch Manager Tree Experts assess your needs and apply the correct fertilizer to maintain the health and longevity of your trees.