Treatment and Maintenance is important for care and health. Why it is important to take account for this practice because it would not only benefit the plants and trees' life and development. This is important because this also gives benefit for your trees if you want your trees to have the best growth and development in its lifetime. This is also beneficial when you are accounting for maintenance for clearing up to gain access to needed land for conservational use. Taking note of this can also help you with your property and areas too for storms, hurricanes, and many natural disasters.
Systemic Treatments are premeasured injections absorbed into the base of the tree. Usually a mix of fertilizer and fungicide depending on the needs of the tree. This is best for trees that are lacking the needed fertilizer and nutrients for development and growth.
Grading is to change the slope of your land either by adding or removing materials. Usually in preparation for laying sod or irrigation/drainage issues.
Lot Clearing is clearing land to remove vegetation, trees, stumps, shrubs, organic materials for clearing out a lot of land. The reason why this is important is to acquire the necessary amount of land for the significance of conservation.
Bush Hogging is a device pulled behind a tractor, having one or more blades spinning parallel to the ground and attached radially to a central axis, used for cutting vegetation and clearing land.
POG or Put on ground. Usually referring to “put tree on ground”.
Crown Lifting is to Shortens low regularly to suppress their growth. This forces more growth in the upper branches. This is suited for a better growth pattern.
Canopy Raise is to prevent low branches from growing to a large diameter.
Stump Grinding is to Grind down stump of tree to desired grade. Usually 2”-6” below grade of land.