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Decandle reason pine bonsai

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Sometimes the reasons why bonsai pine decandle may be lost in the discussion of how decandle. In short, decandling technique is the most important one used to develop beautiful bonsai pine.

Black pine

Black Pine exhibited in 2011 Taikan-ten

Why decandle bonsai red and black pine?

  1. To stimulate budding again. The stress caused by the removal of spring growth can activate dormant buds or adventitious in woody species. Back sprouts – buds do not develop at the ends of the branches, but from within the interior of the tree – allow us to maintain the size and shape of our trees. Without them, bonsai grow bigger and bigger every year.
  2. To increase the density of offices. Decandling adds density by replacing a single spring sprouts summer with multiple shoots. Decandling higher density increases by stimulating adventitious buds at the base of candles spring – arid areas that normally do not produce outbreaks. And as the summer outbreaks are usually smaller than the spring buds, entrenudos even more refined performance branching reduced.
  3. To regulate the force. Decandling is a useful technique to maintain the new growth pine bonsai under control.
  4. To promote balance. Decandling Several techniques can be used to reduce the force in the solid areas and increase the strength in weak areas to improve the overall balance.
  5. To reduce the size of the needle. bonsai red and black pine are at their most beautiful when the needle size is a good fit for the tree. Decandling can leave short needles produce smaller trees and larger needles in larger trees.
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Until next week -. Preparing trees decandling

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