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    RE: Rotting red oak :-(

    Take a hard look at the weather in the area that you live. Many of these struggling trees do fine until a major windstorm, ice storm, or very wet period occur. At that point, Mother Nature will...
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    RE: Dead Rhodadendrons (sp)

    Rhododendrums like acidic soils. They don't do well in alkaline soils (like my yard). Much of NJ has good soils for them but it is still good to check out your soil for pH.

    There are many good...
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    RE: Any cons to river birch?

    River birch tolerate heat well but only if there is moist ground. If you have a yard that always needs watering, they may get stressed unless you water them extensively. If you have a reasonbly...
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    RE: Spring vs. Fall planting?

    I live in Central New York and generally do spring planting mainly because we have tough winters and there are lots of rabbits and mice that love new bark during the winter. This gives the plants...
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    RE: Weed-B-Gone and my new trees

    Another solution is to cut down the weeds , put newspaper down over the ground, and then cover it up with 3"-4" of mulch. This will generally prevent the weeds from coming back up for a couple of...
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    RE: Thornless Honey Locust not leafing out

    If a thornless honeylocust likes its location, it will grow about 2' per year like clockwork. I have one in my front yard that my daughter started from seed as a science project in school in '94 or...
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    RE: Thornless Honey Locust not leafing out

    These young trees are pretty good at making a new leader. Let it grow without removing leaves for a couple of years. You will likely find that one or two leaders will form from near the base if...
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    RE: What trees to plant for firewood in WV?

    Relatively fast growing hardwoods to consider for your firewood:

    Silver maple
    Red maple
    Black cherry
    Red oak
    White or green ash

    You could also plant some interspersed slower growing trees...
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    RE: Apple Trees: Do they self-pollinate?

    Look around you. If your neighbors have apple trees, then you should be in luck. We have only one crabapple on our lot but it bears a reasonable amount of fruit because other people in the...
  10. Thread: Potted trees

    by cnyoak
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    RE: Potted trees

    If you want to take the risk, bury the pot most of the way into well-drained ground, mulch it well to just over the the top of the pot, and then water the pot regularly (but don't drown the tree).
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    RE: Need rec's for tree type in NJ

    Weeping willows are great trees out in the open but have a habit of shedding lots of branches and things onto your house and then falling into it during a big wind or ice storm.

    Some suggestions...
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    RE: Watering & new tree damage

    I have a three year old red oak seedling in a mulch circle in my lawn. This spring our new dog (1-yr old) decided that the seedling would be a good toy and chewed the top and tried to rip it out of...
  13. RE: Re-erected blue spruce fallen in storm

    Take a look at your watering practises, the soil type, and the site drainage conditions.

    If you water around the tree frequently which is common for many people with a lawn, the tree won't need to...
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    RE: Black Walnut help

    It has been very dry and hot in the Northeast over the last few weeks. There is a good chance that it is suffering from that. There is a good chance it will make it. Yound trees have a habit of...
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    RE: Maple with "split" trunk, leaning.

    The more vertical of the two trunks may be salvageable. I have seen a couple of nasty ice and wind storms and trees like this are always the first to go. Out in the woods, it would just provide...
  16. Thread: 'Quick' Trees

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    RE: 'Quick' Trees

    You said you were interested in evergreens. Check out white pine as it is a very nice looking tree, long-lived, and grows relatively fast. If it likes where it is , they will grow @ 2' per year. ...
  17. Thread: Bur Oak health

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    RE: Bur Oak health

    Bur oaks initially put almost all of their energy in building their root system. They will put out only enough leaves to accomplish this. They are also very slow growing so expect its growth rate...
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    RE: tree roots in lawn

    Tree surface roots in lawns are often related to frequent shallow watering of grass. This virtually forces the tree to look for water ain the top few inches of the soil.

    The surface roots are...
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    RE: Suggestions for Fast Growing Shade Trees

    Thornless honeylocust grow fast (2'/year) in good conditions. They have a light shade.

    The red maples discussed earlier grow fast and are nice. Same with the lindens.

    Red oak can also grow...
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    RE: How do I properly straighten my trees?

    As the trunk thickens and the tree grows, the tree tends to straighten out. Some of the factors that can cause a curve or lean to begin with are competition for sunlight and wind. Trees that are...
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    RE: Aged horse manure to feed?

    You may want to take it and put it in a pile for 30 days or so, mixing it once so that you can ensure that the temperature got high enough to kill the weed/grass seeds.

    After that it will make...
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    RE: yoshino cherry tree

    Probably a late frost. This year the apple and strawberry growers in our area believe their crops will have been reduced 50% by a late one-night frost. If frost is the issue, the tree should bloom...
  23. RE: roaming dog trespassing on property urinating on trees

    The watering will help as it will dilute and spread the "fertilizer" in the soil. In dry weather the dog will kill off grass patches with its urine so expect similar results with a small tree that...
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    RE: What tree to buy

    How long can you wait until the trees are 50 feet tall and 50 feet wide? Most trees will take decades to get to that size.

    A few trees to consider include red oak, white oak, and swamp white oak....
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    RE: planting trees near fresh concrete

    You can plant a tree near the concrete. However, you will want to have trees that tend not to have surface roots. The pH from the concrete can be a factor if the trees you want are acid soil...
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