What's Wrong With My Tree- Magnesium Chloride Toxicity

By Maria Olmsted | October 3, 2017

Winter in Boulder, Colorado is a hard time to be a tree. An often overlooked cause of stress for trees in urban and suburban environments is magnesium chloride toxicity. In the Boulder area, magnesium chloride slurries are often used to deice roadways and sidewalks during inclement weather; unfortunately, a lot of that slurry ends up […]

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Compost Tea: Enriching Your Soil Environment

By Brandy Brown | March 14, 2013

A common misconception about the function of a tree’s root system is that the root system produces the food for the tree. Food production for a plant is done in the photosynthetic process which happens in the foliage. The root system of the tree is responsible for the absorption and transportation of essential minerals and […]

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