Chemically Dependent Trees Service
Today’s business culture invests a tremendous amount of its resources scrutinizing potential new hires for chemical dependency. The motivation – minimize the liability associated with introducing such a person into a productive work environment. Some have asked if this same concept could be applied to nursery industry green goods being introduced into our nation’s landscapes. Are many nursery growers producing chemically dependent trees? The answer is a resounding….Yes. Consider the movement by the food industry toward the reduced use of synthetic chemicals. This shift toward a more natural approach, embraced by the general public, makes this the fastest growing sector of the American food industry. Many consumers are willing to invest more of their income to purchase a more natural product. The limiting factors preventing the nursery industry from moving in this direction are rarely monetary; but instead center around a lack of knowledge and effort.