That’s when a Plant Health Care program can come to your aid. A PHC or Plant Health Care Program provides the right growing conditions for your plants and trees. A program’s objective is to give vitality and safety to your plants while also improving its appearance.
What does PHC involve?
What are the benefits of PHC treatments?
An eco-friendly solution for pest treatment is soil injections. The tree absorbs the ingredients of the infusion through roots, and it also minimizes leaching. This absorption also works against aphid and leafminer diseases.
Tree And Shrub Fertilization
All plants and trees require fertilization. Forest trees gain fertilization from the decomposition of fallen tree leaves, but that doesn’t happen in our yards and property. Trees require adequate oxygen, water, nitrogen, CO2, and a dozen other minerals to prosper. Some of these can only come fertilizer after testing the soil covered in a PHC treatment.
A few fungal diseases don’t directly harm the tree but make it more susceptible and weak of other illnesses. These are treated through fungal sprays. Some of the common ailments treated through Fungal spray are Apple Scab and Anthracnose.
Injections For Disease
Certain diseases end up killing the tree and are needed to be treated through root flare injections.
What does a PHC Cover?
These steps will allow the arborist to determine the problems and give proper treatment for your plant. The complexity of your program and the monitoring frequency will depend on your landscape and your goals.