Air spading provides high volumes of compressed air that breakthrough heavily compacted soils without damaging roots. Trees will run into problems with their roots system and the surrounding soil. Compacted soils are serious trouble for trees impeding growth, and slowing the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide which disrupts the nutrient uptake of the “feeder” roots.
After the removal of soil is complete, it is then replaced with highly nutritional and microbial inoculated compost.
Additionally, air spading provides us a view of the underground root architecture and helps to determine if any disease or injury is present.
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