Our Tree Fertilization Process
Healthy plants begin with healthy soils. Tree fertilization is just the start. Adjusting soil pH and ensuring adequate organic matter is present are also key to healthy soils. Anderson’s can assist in maintaining optimal conditions for growth found in nature. For plants in urban and suburban soils. We offer the most intensive soil management programs in the landscape industry. Before fertilization is prescribed, soil samples are taken from the property and analyzed. Our arborists submit more than 10,000 soil samples from client properties each year, which provides information for developing fertilizers for specific geographic areas.
Anderson’s offers more than 15 different blends of fertilizers all of which contain slow-release nitrogen that provides this nutrient gradually over the entire growing season. We have developed blends specifically for the West Coast. This is based upon the nutrient status that is typical of soils in the individual areas where Anderson’s operates. This means that nitrogen is not lost to leaching and runoff, which optimizes availability, while protecting the environment. If soil phosphorus levels are adequate or treatments are applied in sensitive sites such as watersheds, we use phosphate-free Boost products that are specifically formulated to eliminate water pollution from this nutrient.
Our Tree Fertilization Guarantee
Anderson’s Tree Care Specialists offers a custom approach to residential and commercial tree fertilization services. We guarantee to match your needs and budget. Our insured and skilled large tree pest control professionals guarantee that your job will be done safely.
CALL FOR A CONSULTATION!
If you are in need of emergency tree removal or tree cutting service in the San Francisco Bay Area, call Anderson’s Tree Care Specialists at (408) 226-8733 for a quick and easy tree service estimate, or fill out our online tree cutting and tree removal estimate request form.
(Consultation require a professional opinion/diagnosis and is fee-based. If you will, please call and discuss it ahead of time with and Arborist for free. A visit would be invoiced).