Thanks for the great job your crew did not trimming the Crepe Myrtle's. There was the potential that this trim could look like butchered job, however it does not. The trees look good and still have a natural appearance. ” - Joseph O.

Root and root flare excavation frees Sycamore from choking mass of construction debris

We encountered snails, garter snakes, concrete, PVC irrigation pipe and general construction debris during the excavation. The before, during and after photos tell the story. Roots were hand dug and the Air-Spade was also carefully employed around the root zone. ISA Certified Arborist Laura McLarry will be overseeing the Sycamore's planned healthcare applications scheduled to take place over the next few months that will include soil injections of natural humic and amino acids, vitamins and beneficial soil bacteria. These applications are designed to stimulate root growth and enhance the tree's uptake functions.

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Categories: Tree Health
Tags: bacteria, Certified Arborist, Construction, Irrigation, root, root flare, Roots, Tree,
Posted: August 30, 2017