Timely maintenance is essential for keeping your tree healthy all year. Be observant and check for unwanted visitors such as pests as they can harm your trees in the long run.
Prune Your Trees. Pruning is good for a tree. This means to cut off dead limbs and at the same time stimulate growth. Tree pruning can be done at any time of the year. While it may seem like a delicate task, pruning done by an expert delivers better results.
Pruning or trimming your tree is essential to remove dead or prevent diseased limbs from spreading. Thinning out the limbs also prevents crowding, which can inhibit growth or be aesthetically unappealing.
Feed your trees. This means to fertilize and water the trees so that they get the nutrients they need. It is recommended to fertilize trees to help them to grow stronger and taller. Sufficient watering of the tree is also crucial. When trees get the needed sustenance, it helps boosts their resilience against diseases and some pests.
Use mulch around trees. Mulch can be any organic residues like grass clippings, leave wood chips, pine needles, bark, gravel, etc. Trees, especially young ones, benefit adding mulch around their base. Mulching helps in lessening soil compaction, limiting weeds and keeping the soil moist.
Call an arborist to come and look at your trees. They are your best option to help your trees grow strong and healthy.