Iron definiciency in Maple Trees is a common and ongoing problem in Colorado due to the make up of our clay soils. Iron Chlrosis-iron deficiency- presents as yellowing leaves on Maple and Oak trees. Left untreated the leaves will eventually turn brown and result in branch dieback. Leading to tree death.
Fall Iron Injections alternated with Fall Root Feedings and coupled with a Spring Root Feeding can go a long way in restoring iron levels and correcting deficiencies in Maple Trees.
Winter Watering is another important factor in restoring health and caring for your Trees. Winter is the time of year when roots grow and store up nutrients for the upcoming growing season. A lack of water inhibits this energy production and results in nutrient deficiencies and stressed trees.
We encourage all of our customers to water their trees during dry, windy, and warm winter periods when the temperatures reach 50+ degrees. Providing a good root soaking around the drip line of their trees-the circle that equals the tree canopy.
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