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I really didn't find that I was being insulting there, but whatever....I've been here two years and haven't seen much moderation of disrespectful...
It is obvious that TB is something even if you don't agree that it is a disease.
The fact that it is an issue is more of a reason to have it...
That's why I usually buy small....if it is dirty stock no big deal. Patience grasshopper.
I think more pictures and examples of tight bark would...
Try the search function for those topics....they've been discussed to death.
The thread in question. Should be stickied no doubt.
Copper sulfate has been used for many years. Most nurseries use it on trees quite liberally.
Here is my baldsmith as 7/23/06. It's been quite hot, sunny and rainy, but this little guy is holding up quite well.
Re: Did my *** Maple catch verticillium???
Paxil. That is all.
and lawnmower damage...I have two I have been trying to save for a couple of years now.
Re: Did my *** Maple catch verticillium??? bis!
He mentioned fertilization. Did he, and if so with what and how much.
Corallinum is known to be prone to root rot, and yes I have had to move sango because of drainage problems.
Corallinium is waaaay more tender than sango kaku, I have five of various ages, two of which are planted in full louisiana sun. Never had a single...
Probably not a good idea to plant it in the middle of july either. Kinda warm out there.
aka deadly poison
Japanese sunrise perhaps?
There are hundreds of cultivars, you will have to do a little research as to what
will not do well, I doubt anyone is going to type out a list...
I use them mainly because that's what I have the most of, but I find that the baldsmith loves it. It breaks down into a blackish acidic compost...
He may have just sent you the wrong tree. It's possible that he rooted it rather than
grafted it. I admit I have little experience with rooted...