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Whether your trees are brand new or a hundred years old, they will always benefit from fertilization. But the fertilization found on the store shelves are full of chemicals that nobody knows how to pronounce. This is where compost comes into play. You can buy compost, sure, or you could make your own. This is both cheaper and often times better than the store bought stuff.
Compost breaks down fairly fast, so you have to repeat the application process yearly, but there are so many benefits. These include improved soil structure, fewer pest problems, increased nutrients, and more moisture. These benefits combine to provide healthier, thriving trees. But how do you make compost? Here is a step by step guide:
Applying compost to your trees will not only make them healthier and stronger but will also help them produce flowers, fruit, etc. for years to come. Check out a website like http://www.prtree.com for more information and assistance.