Root treatment

Life in the depths

There’s an ancient folk wisdom which runs: “The more the trees, the richer the town”.

Although a number of tree species such as, for example, horse-chestnut, hornbeam or ash exhibit particularly effective adaptations to the urban habitat, THE ideal urban tree does not exist.
Aggressive gritting salts are frequently the cause of a destroyed soil climate; excavations or soil compaction measures result in sustained injuries to the root system, and the breathing root surface is often covered with a thick layer of concrete.

All this creates the basic conditions to render trees susceptible to pests, such as the leaf-miner, for example. The measures, on the other hand, therefore need to penetrate deep into the soil and tackle the problem at the roots.

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