Soil ventilation and deep fertilizing

Oxygen for roots

The soil climate of many urban trees undergoes permanent disruption as a result of gritting salts, and the roots receive insufficient oxygen as a thick layer of concrete is placed around the trunk.

This situation calls for long-term measures in order to create a fully functional ventilation system for the roots beneath the surface. Thus, by means of feeding in a deep fertilizer, for example, the tree is supplied with both an immediately effective reservoir of nutrients and a long-term fertilizer.

Via these measures, vital functions such as gas exchange, water supply, water retentivity and functioning soil ventilation are assured for a longer period.

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