Watering Young Trees

During the extended summer or dry weather, your lawn trees start depending on you for their watering needs. Watering your tree is important routine to keep your trees healthy and green.  You should know the right amount of watering a tree depending on factors like tree age and its species, the weather and soil condition, etc.

For the initial period to planting, the vast majority of a tree’s foundations are still inside the first root ball, with a few roots starting to develop past this region. The root ball and the encompassing soil ought to be kept uniformly soggy to support sound root development. Following a couple of months, extend the watering zone to cover the whole territory under the shelter. It can take at least two developing seasons for a tree to wind up noticeably settled — for roots to wander into the dirt well past the planting opening.