Fertilizing shade and ornamental trees Public Deposited

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  • Young trees (those with a trunk diameter of less than 6 inches) can benefit greatly from regular applications of fertilizer. Research has shown that when these trees receive nitrogen fertilizer, they grow faster, develop a denser canopy, and stay green longer into the fall.
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