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Tree and Shrub

At Michigan Fertilizing, we know how important your trees and shrubs are to you and the value of your home. Did you know that trees and shrubs need a balanced diet of nutrients to stay healthy? Most trees and shrubs are planted in low fertility soil that is close to building and streets, which starve them of essential mineral elements that they need.

Our fall deep root fertilizer treatment will feed your trees and shrubs with a balanced blend of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, providing them with the proper nutrients to maintain a strong, healthy, and vigorous root development.

As a homeowner it important that you protect that investment that adds so much to the value of your home.

The Michigan Fertilizing Tree and Shrub program consists of specifically designed and scheduled applications. Your highly skilled Landscape Specialist is trained to recognize and treat a variety of disease, insect, climatic, and maintenance problems. Your basic annual applications will include the following:

Deep Root Feeding: Your trees and shrubs receive deep root feedings late in the year to promote root growth. (Helps plants to recover from summer stress and prepare for winter.) Fertilization in the spring also, to promote new growth and aid in recovery from winter stress.

Disease Control: Landscape plants which are prone to particular diseases receive preventive treatments throughout the season. If other diseases appear, they are immediately treated with the proper control material.

Insect Control: Trees and shrubs receive a combination of preventive treatments and control treatments as needed to take care of a wide variety of insect problems throughout the year.

Continuous Monitoring: The landscape is monitored all season long by your professional tree and shrub specialist. In this way, problems can be identified and corrected before they seriously affect your landscape.

Tree and Shrub Care Program Application Schedule

Tree and Shrub program consists of specifically designed and scheduled applications. Your highly skilled Landscape Specialist is trained to recognize and treat a variety of disease, insect, climatic, and maintenance problems. Your basic annual applications will include the following:

DescriptionApplicationBenefits
February/March A dormant application of horticultural oil Helps to control pests during their over-wintering stage before damage occurs.
March/April Fertilizer and insect and/or mite controls applied as young foliage develops. Disease controls may be included as needed. Promotes development of new growth and aids in recovery of winter stress. Minimizes early season damage caused by insects, mites and disease.
April/May Special controls are targeted for specific damaging insects, mites and diseases. Plant protection aimed at damaging insects, mites and diseases where control requires special timing and additional sprays.
June/July Special insects controls for pests such as aphids, lace bugs, mites and scale. Disease controls as needed. Added production against potentially damaging insects and mites, further strengthening the health and vigor of your plants.
July/August Insect and mite controls for late occurring insects and mites. Disease controls as needed. Added production against potentially damaging insects and mites, further strengthening the health and vigor of your plants. 
August/September Insect and mite controls for late occurring insects and mites. Disease controls as needed. Added production against potentially damaging insects and mites, further strengthening the health and vigor of your plants.
October/November Granular slow release fertilizer applied to base of plants. Promotes root growth to help plants recover from summer stress. Also helps prepare plants for winter.
October/November Granular slow release fertilizer applied to base of plants. Promotes root growth to help plants recover from summer stress. Also helps prepare plants for winter.

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