Apple Trees

Apple Tree

bgibbs added on September 11, 2012 | Answered

I am looking for information on how to enrich my apple tree, not necessarily the grass under it. I was thinking of aerating and then spreading about 1 inch of compost under the tree. I don't care about the grass.

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Answered on September 23, 2012

Aerating may help, but the compost certainly will help. Have your soil tested as well and see how your pH is. Apples like a pH of about 6.5-7. If you fall above this or below this, then adjusting for the pH will also be helpful. A soil test will also let you know what your soil is lacking so that you can amend for this too.

Here is more information on getting your soil tested:

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