Palm Root Feeding
Are Your Palm Trees Being Properly Fed?
Tall and stately coconut and royal palm trees are the pride and joy of numerous landscapes in and around Palm Beach County, Florida. But like any tree, they require experienced care and maintenance to help prevent disease and insect infestation that can cause them to become disfigured and even dead. To eliminate the cost of removing and replacing sick or dying palm trees on your property, it’s a smart idea to invest in the Palm Root Feeding services offered by East Coast Sprayers.
Why Root Fertilization?
Palm tree roots need extra fertilization because, although they thrive in Florida’s tropical climate, they are not native to the state. In order to survive and steadily grow and thrive, palm tree root systems need the proper blend of fertilizers, injected deep below the surface of the soil. The Palm Root Feeding program that East Coast Sprayers provides has proven effective at helping palm trees withstand the rigors of the annual hurricane season. Not only do trees that receive our specialized Palm Root Feeding service twice a year grow much more quickly, they also survive much longer, providing years of enjoyment to any residential or commercial landscape.
The Root Feeding Injection Process
East Coast Sprayers has more than three decades of professional experience caring for the health and safety of the area’s majestic palm trees. Our team of certified technicians uses a long rod inserted deep into the ground at the base of each palm tree to supply the roots at multiple points with both fertilizer and micronutrients that help to prevent disease.
Full Range of Palm Tree Services
In addition to the all-important Palm Root Feeding service East Coast Sprayers provides your palm trees to keep them healthy and well nourished, our lawn and landscaping specialists also provide an array of other services. These include palm tree pesticide and fungicide treatments, in addition to overall care and maintenance programs customized to meet the needs of the specific varieties of palm trees growing on your property.