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Soil aeration provides air to the soil, alleviates compaction and improves its structure. Conditioning refers to the addition of natural or synthetic ingredients to the soil to improve its chemical or physical composition.

Healthy soil leads to healthy trees!

We employ ISA Certified Arborists and Certified Tree Workers (Climber Specialists). We are proud to be one of the few TCIA Accredited companies in Texas and have a Certified Tree Care Safety Professional on staff.

Consultation with a Certified Arborist is the first step in determining the condition of your trees and their needs. Consultation is a tool that Land/Home owners can use to identify the Arborist or group of Arborists that they wish to retain for the long-term more...

     

SOIL AERATION

In urban areas, especially recently developed properties, soil compaction takes a heavy toll on trees. The problem is not immediately visible; it often takes years to manifest symptoms that are visible to the untrained eye of a property owner. The first visible symptoms are often slow growth, canopy dieback from the tips, and loss of large limbs. Ideally, a property owner will call an arborist before development begins, but all too often the call comes only after the problem has become critical. At TMBM, we deal with all tree problems at any stage of damage, in the best way possible. Our consultants will evaluate the problem honestly, help you develop a plan according to your budget, and educate you on the best management practices to correct the problem and avoid recurrence in the future.

REASONS FOR AERATION

  • To reduce compaction from construction practices, such as re-grading, vehicle traffic, or materials storage
  • To increase water and nutrient absorption/filtration
  • To increase oxygen levels in the soil
  • To create an environment favorable to the continued growth of absorbing roots

REASONS FOR CONDITIONING

  • To invigorate the soil's microbial activity
  • To increase the amount of available water
  • To increase the water holding capacity of the soil
  • To restore levels of essential elements
  • To reduce damage caused by over fertilization
    To increase the amount of organic matter in soil
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