Trees

Trees

Trees Bio Fertilizer, Organic and Natural Products
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Organic Trees Tips
Tree netting is a great way to protect trees from birds. Put it out as soon the blooms begin, and be sure to fasten the bottom around the trunk of the tree to keep birds from becoming trapped underneath it.
Plant fast-growing evergreens and tall deciduous trees to block prevailing winds if they are a problem.
When planting a new tree, look for the dark mark on the trunk that indicates how deeply the tree was set in the soil at the nursery and plant it at the same depth.
Don’t pile mulch against tree trunks. It spreads disease and pests.
Think ahead when planning trees. Think of how big they will be in 20 years, where their roots will grow and how their shade will fall.
Begin deep watering your trees and shrubs in the spring if you don't get a soaking rain every 10 - 14 days.
When planting trees, don’t give them too much organic matter in the hole they’re going in. If the hole is filled with rich organic matter and compost but the surrounding soil is hard and compact or less nutritious, the roots are less likely to spread out into the soil. When the tree isn’t anchored well by large roots, it is more likely to be blown over and be less healthy and less able to resist drought.
Always think ahead to the mature size of a tree or bush or perennial when you select a site.
Avoid planting trees that shed leaves, fruit or nuts near the driveway.
Be sure to water newly planted trees regularly, deeply and carefully throughout their first season.
Trees Bio 2017