As a response to a question posed by a customer: Why use Hydrogen Peroxide for planting trees? it is worth addressing. Hi Sharon, Victor from Trees That Please forwarded to me your email concerning the use of hydrogen peroxide in tree planting. Your comment about the damage to the soil microbiology is very good. So why would I suggest using this product? Here's my answer. For many years the nursery industry and the landscape construction industry have struggled with tree and shrub plantings that result in call backs, dead trees and added expense and less profit to the company. The main culprit was the soil zone of discontinuity caused by the texture and structure difference of the soil inside the planting site with that of the native soil. This barrier is called the soil interface zone, which causes water, oxygen and roots difficulty crossing. The garden books teach us to dig and prepare the $100 hole for the $10 tree by mixing all kinds of goodies into the backfill, includi…
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