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    RE: arborvitae in Atlanta, GA

    Both species are good performers in Cobb County, but the filtered sun may be a moderate problem. You will likely notice a reduced growth rate and a somewhat thinner canopy on both species when not...
  2. Thread: how common...

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    RE: how common...

    Good point, Toronado, on the true ashes. They are becoming less favorable trees for Midwest urban plantings.
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    Re: RE: how common...

    Answer: both genera (Ashes and maples) are native to your region. Neither is any healthier than other. The species (the common word that comes before the genus, such as Green or Silver or Red) ,...
  4. RE: Pics show the problem, hoping someone can help

    Discontinuity of temperatures in the bark layers - also known as 'frost cracks.' I am suggesting this as a cause, based on these factors:
    1. Species is Red maple
    2. Your location is Nashville TN...
  5. Thread: how common...

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    RE: how common...

    Those two diseases affect the Maple species, but in the grand scheme of things they are relatively rare. In your neck of the woods you would want to get a professional or extension agent (qualified...
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    RE: How would you handle this rooty situation?

    I have many customers who are in the same boat as you. The aggregate with a geotextile fabric, plus edging, is almost always the best solution. If you go with bricks, they will require a compacted...
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    RE: How would you handle this rooty situation?

    Oh, Geotextile fabrics and grids will be great and effective...but expensive. We were talking budget here, right? :wink:
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    RE: How would you handle this rooty situation?

    Don't do this procedure as a thick layer. Two to four inches of stone maximum (since we're talking about a relatively narrow strip of driveway).

    The compost should probably go underneath.
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    RE: How would you handle this rooty situation?

    Randy, it seems that these are the parameters:
    You want to protect the tree and its surface roots
    You want a reasonable and inexpensive solution
    There is no work around; vehicles must drive there...
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    RE: Help My Dogwoods Barks is Damaged

    Lower trunk injury to Dogwoods can cause them to be susceptible to Dogwood borers. If you are not sensitive to the use of insecticides, consider applying a few preventative bark sprays of any...
  11. RE: can a spring frost make the leaves fall off a japanese red maple

    It is certainly possible, but in this case (based on what you are describing), it does not appear to be the cause. Spring frosts usually cause leaf distortion and sometimes twig death, but this...
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    RE: OAK HELP PLEASE

    Could you post a photo of the leaves?
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    RE: broken oak tree

    Because this damage occured 2 years ago, I don't recommend you do anything. The damage from the peeling limb is done, and its up to the natural defenses in the trunk to do their work. If you...
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    RE: Looking to plant a shade tree

    I, too, agree with Blackgum, however you won't get shade anytime soon!

    How about Shumard oak? Yes, yes, I know they have aykerns (that's how we say it down south), but they aren't particularly...
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    RE: Age of a Pecan Tree

    The only accurate method would damage the tree somewhat, and that is the technique of increment boring.

    Another method, counting nodes, could be used, but this method requires a lot of guessing...
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    RE: Oak ID from fallen leaves

    Oak ID can be a daunting task.

    I could be a Shumard, however, red oak leaves are variable from tree to tree, and even within the same species! Another problem with IDing red oaks from the eaves...
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    RE: Maple tree smothered by English Ivy

    Ivy bad. Tree good.

    Go here to really understand how bad it is... http://www.noivyleague.com/index.html
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    RE: When to prune codominant leader?

    Carol:

    Best Management Practices for newly transplanted trees limits pruning activity to the removal of dead or broken branches in the season immediately following the placement of the tree in the...
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    RE: Pine Borer Beetles

    There are insecticides labeled for boring insects in Pines. Some are effective, many more are not. If you don't mind declaring war and decimating all insects near your trees, then PREVENTATIVE...
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    RE: Soil identification?

    Here is a link that you may find useful:

    http://soils.usda.gov/survey/printed_surveys/georgia.html

    Unfortunately, I cannot find any of these maps online. I have only paper copies for DeKalb...
  21. RE: The right place to plant, or the wrong place?.

    Great ideas, Quirky Quercus. Seriously. Sometimes it comes down to creating a delay while you buy some time.

    I believe the solution is a political one. Clearly, logic and science are not...
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    RE: Gingko Biloba advice

    WARNING! UNSOLICITED ADVICE FOLLOWS: (this is not an answer to your question, you may find this information useful).

    You may wish to consider where you are planting this tree in your yard. ...
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    RE: loblolly, white pine

    I'll second Taxodium's advice (not that he needs my vote!). There was a decent study done a few years back comparing the establishment of 3, 4, 5, and 6 inch trees. The Journal of Arboriculture...
  24. Thread: Oak trees

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    RE: Oak trees

    One of my favorites is Swamp Chestnut oak. Look here. Here's a nursery that sells them http://www.naturehills.com/new/product/productdetails.aspx?proname=Swamp+Chestnut+Oak.

    The acorns are...
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    RE: Oak trees

    Why do you like the large acorns? Are you definately looking for the largest possible?
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