In this video, you will learn all the basic things you need to know about hiring fertilizing contractors. Moreover, you will understand the need and usage of fertilizing.
So what’s the use of fertilizing if all the nutrients needed for plant growth are already in the soil or in the air? Actually, not all plants are capable of taking advantage of essential nutrients contained in the soil or air.
Depending on the type of soil in which a plant grows, it may require a different sort of fertilizer than it does in other areas.
In fact, the optimal time to fertilize landscaping plants is just around the time they start to develop vigorously. The worst time to fertilize plants is at the end of their planting season. Trees, for instance, begin to wake up and flourish in early spring, and normally are fertilized once in February or March.
Most shrubs generate active development in the spring and early summer, therefore fertilizing contractors tend to fertilize them again around March or April.
Furthermore, always remember that granular fertilizers do not drain out of the soil as quickly as water-soluble ones. Meanwhile, Water-soluble fertilizers are faster and active but more transitory, which indicates they must be administered more often than the granular variety.