Features


Due to the use of high-bred varieties in agriculture, intensive fertilization, high stocking densities and biocides the capacity for self-regulation of soil ecosystems is degrading increasingly.

Typical features of urban soils are topsoil compaction, humus poverty and a coarse-skeleton-rich mixture of rubble, gravel, clay and sand. In urban areas soils are dominated by calcareous substrates. The result is a strong reduction of the microbial activity in the soil of city trees.

This has adverse effects on beneficial, including many antagonists (natural enemies), since the balance between pathogens and antagonists shifts to the detriment of the latter.
The resulting high infection pressure in soils enhances the development of resistance formation of soil pathogens.
Any damage to trees - either by pruning, excavation of roots and collision damage - is a potential portal of entry for wood-destroying fungi.

MycOSolutions® develops customized products for the protection of trees.
 
Damage to excavated roots during instalation of service lines.
Highly compacted soils covered by asphalt or paving.
Avengelus® Arbor è preservation and maintenance of veteran trees with our products on urban sites where the use of biocides is prohibited.
A veteran Fig tree with damaged and dying roots (detail in the circle) before treatment.
A few weeks after treatment with Avengelus® Arbor, the damaged roots are being occluded by the tree (detail in circle).
Tree roots of a Fig tree before treatment.
After two weeks of treatment with Avengelus® Arbor the formation of numerous adventitious roots (arrows) can be observed.