Fertilization

Tree fertilization and soil care in autumn dramatically improve growing conditions for your trees and shrubs.  In fact, you might be surprised to learn that soil conditions in urban and

When caring for trees, it’s easy to see fungi as the enemy since it often causes disease and decay. However, there are mycorrhizal fungi that help trees. Symbiotic associations between

Healthy soil is the basis for healthy trees and shrubs. But all soils are different. The characteristics of the soil as well as nutrient levels vary from site to site.

Ideally, mulch should be applied beneath the entire canopy, but smaller mulched areas are acceptable. Depth should not exceed four inches, and two inches is adequate on shallow rooted shrubs

We live in an age where computers increasingly play an ever-larger role in all facets of how we manage large amounts of information. Companies like Amazon and Apple use data

Our prescription soil treatment service is a customized fertilization tailored to plant species’ nutrient requirements in the landscape. The first step for this service is to take a soil sample

I spend most days talking to people about tree issues. Easy ones are when I can point to a big, hairy bug or mushroom and say “there ya go –

Bartlett’s New York arborists performing a root invigoration on the historic Tulip Tree Allée at the New York Botanical Garden.

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Part 1: Fertilization If you would like to optimize the performance of your plant, optimize the soil in which the plant lives. Get the soil right and you’ll have a

The autumn edition of Bartlett’s Tree Tips newsletter is now available for download. In this edition you will find pest and disease alerts, seasonal tips on how to best prepare

Having been raised the son of a country boy whose family hails from the Southern Indiana/Kentucky area, I’ve been subjected to many rich and witty expressions as “Better to have

In the spring of 2011, I decided to try Bartlett’s OMRI-Listed, 100% organic BOOST® Natural fertilizer at my home. My mission: see how it works in a vegetable garden. These vegetables are