Planting a tree properly begins with selecting the right tree for optimal health, soil enhancement and conditioning, correct spacing, hole depth, effective drainage, exposing the tree root flare, and pruning roots as required. Our experts follow ISA guidelines to ensure your tree is installed properly.
TreeNewal LLC is a company that strives to make a difference by saving trees and landscapes. As a distributor of MitoGrow™ and a professional installer of a blended fertilizer with MitoGrow™ Pellet 3-IA, we strive to look for new and innovative ways to improve the health of trees, landscape, and turf. The patented sustained release IBA pellet promotes root hair growth on trees and plants currently in “distressed” states, as well as stimulating continued and optimal growth in established trees.
Causes of chlorosis include poor drainage, damaged roots, compacted roots, high alkalinity, and nutrient deficiencies.
Develops when trees use water faster than it can absorb it from the soil. Typically, this happens during the summer and can also occur after transplanting or construction, when roots are impacted.
Progressive death of twigs and branches, that generally starts at the tip.
Overall change in appearance, foliage or growth.
Insects can be a pest that need to be dealt with immediately. A weakened tree is more susceptible to infestation.
Both fungus and disease are problems that need to be proactively approached and treated. A weakened tree is more susceptible to infection.
Similar to our lives, many factors affect the health of a tree including stress. Some of the most common “stressors” on trees include varying climate conditions, shock from planting and transplanting trees, construction, compaction, drainage issues, drought and competition with turf and other trees. All of these problems affect the trees of North Texas, especially in an urban setting, and also increase the chance that bugs or diseases will invade your tree.
The beautiful trees of North Texas are not only aesthetically pleasing but also add value to any landscape. Tree care starts from the ground, or rather the roots up. Tree roots perform four significant functions: Anchorage – holding the tree upright; Storage – retaining energy produced by the leaves; Absorption – drawing water and minerals from the ground; and Conduction – moving absorbed materials within the tree. Since oxygen is required to perform all these functions, roots grow close to the soil surface. The top 18 inches of soil is typically home to the most significant percentage of roots, and overall tree health is directly related to how healthy these roots are.
– Kosse Maykus – Hat Creek Estates
1. Root aeration with water injection hydro jetting.
2. Fertilizer and IBA root hair stimulator designed to help trees that are distressed.
3. The fertilizer includes a patented pellet with Indole-3 Butyric Acid, Vitamin B1, B12, and amino acids, mycorrhizal inoculant, and Aquasorb, that stimulates and promotes fibrous root growth through a sustained released process.
4. Treated trees will receive added benefits lasting up to a year depending on the tree’s original condition.