Keeping Your Trees Healthy and Strong

Fertilizers provide your trees with the supplements and nutrients they need to become strong and grow. At ISR Gardening, we make use of deep root fertilizations injections which include micronutrient and macronutrients bio-stimulants to create the best results. We offer tree fertilization services for both commercial and residential customers.

The Methods We Use To Apply Fertilizers, Includes:

  • Insecticides

  • Antibiotics

  • Micronutrients and macronutrients

  • Fungicides

  • Other single-nutrient supplements (Iron, nitrogen etc.)

When compared to other application, the injections that we use have the best success rates. Since we maintain direct control over the amount of ingredients that is applied to the tree. This helps to achieve a very high absorption rates. If you would like to schedule fertilization service in Thornhill, Woodbridge, Toronto, Etobicoke, or GTA region, call us at (416) 831-7076. We will provide you with a free quote!


Fertilizing Trees for Healthy Trees and Shrubs

Tree fertilization is important for maintaining the attractiveness of your landscape. Just like all living things, plants need nutrients for it to grow healthy and strong. In suburban or urban environment, lack of nutrient is harmful to the health of your trees. In some environments, your tree's natural nutrient source, are often removed. As a result, the trees on your property will be forced to compete with turf and other vegetation for supply of water and nutrient. This coupled with stress from drought, root space infringement and compacted soils causes health problems.

ISR Gardening provides necessary nutrients to the root zones of shrubs and trees. Our arborists determine the right intervals based on the specific needs of your landscape. Some variables such as soil conditions, tree species; tree diseases, tree age, location, health, stress and weather conditions are factors that will be considered for the tree fertilizer formula that we will develop for your property. Seasonally, fertilizer is needed:

ISR Gardening Tree Fertilizer Options

Knowing which application is ideal for your landscape might be confusing. However, ISR Gardening will recommend the best treatment for your landscape's specific needs that contain one or more of the following ingredients:

  • Our exclusive seaweed bio-stimulant which heightens stress tolerance and promotes root growth.

  • ISR Gardening - specially formulated, slow-release organic blend fertilizer which includes essential micro and macro nutrients.

  • Mycorrhizae - essential fungus to simulate the forest environment.

  • Micronutrients - ingredients to correct specific mineral shortages.


ISR Gardening Offer Tree Fertilization Services in the Following Areas:

Advantages of Deep Root Fertilization Treatments

ISR Gardening makes use of a sub-surface liquid injection process to administer the nutrient into the roots of the tree. The action of soil amendments and injecting organic fertilizer into the ground under pressure yields many good results. Not only does this process refill the exhausted soil with essential nutrient components; it also aerates and disperses compacted soil, which allows oxygen and water to reach the root hairs where absorption takes place.

In a wooded environment, shrubs and trees naturally flourish in the rich, organic forest soil. In some area, trees are forced to compete with lawns and other plants, and which regularly remove fallen leaves, organic matter and other potential sources of nutrient recycling that would naturally have helped them thrive.

Applying a slow-release tree fertilizer is one of the most important things needed to change those nutrients, improving resistance to damage from insects, diseases and bad weather. Tree fertilization can also help your trees expand root systems for better anchorage and improve its vitality. Also, you will be treated to luxurious foliage, better blooming and enhanced vitality of healthy trees while enhancing the curb appeal of your property. Contact us today for your tree fertilization and you'll be glad you did.