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Compaction of the soil or increases in grade deplete the oxygen supply to tree roots. Aeration will help to improve root growth and water uptake. Vertical mulching involves drilling holes that are usually 2-3” diameter wide and 12-18” deep in a 3’x3’ grid pattern under the canopy and drainage areas. The holes can be filled with compost, peat moss or other materials such as pea gravel depending on soil characteristics. Tree aeration works extremely well with deep root fertilization in opposite holes throughout the grid pattern providing the best of both methods.

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