- All fruit, shade and ornamental trees such as:
Apple, Ash, Aspen, Buckeye, Catalpa, Cherry and Plum, Chestnut, Cottonwood, Cypress, Elm, Hawthorn, Filbert, Honeylocust, Locust, Maple, Pear, Poplar, Sweetgum, Sycamore, Walnut, Willow
When to use:
- One time each in Spring and Fall
- Spring – Feed early Spring before growth starts
- Fall – Feed after leaf drop but before the ground freezes.
Never apply fertilizer to frozen soil.
How much to use:
The amount of Tree-tone required is determined by the caliper or diameter of the trunk. On medium and large trees this should be measured at a point 4 feet above the ground.
How to apply:
- Small trees: Sprinkle on ground over area equal to root spread. This can be estimated as the area under and slightly beyond the branch spread.
- Large trees: Make holes 2 to 3″ in diameter, 2 to 3′ apart, and 12 to 18″ deep under the drip line (outer edges of branches) of the tree with an auger. Divide Tree-tone evenly among the holes, fill remainder of holes with soil. Water thoroughly.
Available in 4 lbs, 18 lbs
1 pound equals approx. 3 cups.