Dealing with Girdling Root Syndrome
Trees in forest like settings don’t develop Girlding Roots. This only tends to happen. Girdling Root Syndrome is when a tree’s roots coil around the base of the trunk and begin to restrict the flow of sap inside a tree.
You’ll notice damage done to a tree by the way it’s current appearance is. It’s leaves will begin to change color more rapidly, smaller and larger sections of the tree may be dying off at rapid paces.
What we use to fix this issue is compressed air at the soil surface. This is the best way to get to the origin of the problem without destroying root tissue. After we’re able to assess the damage we can go in and begin fixing your tree(s).