In urban areas, site conditions around trees can decline due to increases in human activity. The decline in site conditions can be in the form of soil compaction and decrease in soil health. When these conditions exist, root and microorganism activity can also decline leading to more stress on plants. Fulgham Aerator Stimulator Technology (FAST for short) is a quick, non-invasive treatment to modify site conditions by pneumatically fracturing the soil and injecting ecologically beneficial liquids within the pathways for oxygen and water to move within the soil.
Routing Spring and Fall treatments help maintain healthy root and microorganism activity by consistently modifying the soil to optimize development potential.
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