The injection process is very similar for greens and trees, however we fill the cavities with organic fertilisers, such as enriched Biochar to improve tree performance and stimulate root growth.
The process is completed in one motion with just a single probe. We penetrate the soil beyond the root zone to a depth of one metre and then inject 100psi of high pressured, compressed air into the ground. Whilst the probe is inserted into the ground, a natural underground void is created and then filled with precise nutrients.
Expected results from one treatment program:
Soil Decompaction and Aeration
Reduction of soil compaction
Proven to be the most effective method of successfully combating many pests and deceases
Stimulation of root growth through the improvement of soil structure and aeration
Draining of waterlogged soils to reactivate natural biological processes in the soil injection of Granual Material
Reduces the likelihood of re compaction after treatments
Increases soil moisture retention with water retaining granules
Enhances soil nutrient through precise fertilisation
Mitigating salt stress with specialised granular materials
Improves plant performance with organic bio stimulates and Biochar inoculation
The combined approach of soil de-compaction and injection of biostimulants aims to improve soil structure, with vital nutrients and habitat that are beneficial to mycorrhizal fungi. This allows the good soil bacteria to thrive sustainably in a newly created environment ultimately benefitting long-term tree health. After treatment you can expect to see thicker greener leaves increased crown density and reduced pest attack due to a boosted defence system. The results of these treatments can usually be seen as early as the next growing season depending on the condition of the tree. For best results it is recommended that the minimum area to be injected is from the trunk to the canopy drip-line. If there are restrictions to the rooting area "such as roads, walls or buildings" it may be possible to alleviate other areas where future rooting is available. The exact area to be treated should be assessed by a competent arboricultural expert before undertaking these works.
Avoiding soil contamination:
It is recommended that filter equipment is fitted to the geo-injector machinery to eradicate possible harmful contaminants that could be generated from the compressor.
It is advised that equipment is sterilised before treatment to prevent the spread of any potential pests and disease.
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