One of the most common issues I see in our area is soil that lacks the nutrients needed to sustain trees. Inadequate soil conditions make it difficult for trees to grow and withstand stressors including insects, disease, and the unpredictable weather of winter.
With this in mind, I believe fertilization is the single most important proactive measure you can take in caring for your trees this season. Soil care and fertilization in the fall dramatically improve growing conditions and provide the nutrients required for vital tree root development.
To determine precisely what is needed to help your trees thrive through winter and into the next growing season, call me at 713-692-6371 or contact me online for a soil analysis.