Take a look at our past work.
Air spade training with Aaron form Arborcology.
Air spading a Sugar Maple at the North End Boat Launch for the City of Bath.
Air spading soil around the base of the tree to improve soil compaction and overall soil health.
Air spading around the root collar allows us to observe the root flares and check for issues such as root rot and girdling roots.
Checking the root collar for good root flares and any potential issues.
An example of a large girdling root we found on what seemed to be a healthy Sugar Maple.
Using an air spade to perform a root collar inspection.
Setting the drip edge boundary for an air spading demonstration.
Removing a large girdling root.
Post-removal of a large girdling root.
Finsihing up an air spaded tree with a mixture of compost and woodchips that will help retain moisture and eventually break down and become nutrients.
Our crew that took part in the air spade training with a much happier Sugar Maple.
Sugar Maple that we air spaded for the City of Bath.