Salvatore Taddeo Jr. owns and operates a fig tree farm called Sallee Figs in Rumson, New Jersey. Sallee is one of Mr. Taddeo’s many business operations in the area offering many valuable products and services to the community in many ways. Mr. Salvatore Taddeo also owns Salangi Enterprises, a business consulting firm specializing in property development and construction. He also works as a property manager for several apartment complexes and other holdings in the area. He does his best to be fair, courteous, and responsive to all customer needs for all of his businesses.
Salvatore Taddeo Jr. is a fig tree expert. He says the first mistake that many fig tree owners make after they take home their first for their property is that they fertilize their soil too much. Too much nitrogen in the soil will cause the trees to have stunted growth and struggle to grow and live at all. Keep your fertilizer additions to 8 ounces of 14-14-14 per year, or once for every foot tall the tree is. A good rule of thumb is to fertilize the trees once per year. Make sure once your fig tree is healthy and established to prune it and harvest your figs regularly, according to Salvatore Taddeo Jr.
Salvatore Taddeo Jr. knew that the market was ripe for fig trees in New Jersey, with many people wanting to recreate the Mediterranean right in their backyard. He has helped many households spruce up their property with fig trees that provide beauty and fresh fruit for years. To discover more about Sallee Figs, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org today.