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Cork bark black pine

black cork bark pine

The tree is growing, but there is no sign of fertilizer.

Cork bark black pine

With tea bags filled with cottonseed meal

That’s better. The sooner you can begin fertilization, the stronger I can make the time decandling tree.

I like to see the male flowers of pine, despite the disaster. Here is the tree back and sides.

Cork bark black pine

Left

Cork bark black pine

Back

Cork bark black pine

Right Side

usually start with 1-2 units of fertilizer for small sized trees and 3-4 units of larger trees. Treatment of young and middle-aged in the same trees.

Black pine

11-year-old black pine

Black pine

21-year-old black pine

While it is more common to hold off fertilizing deciduous varieties to avoid long internodes and large leaves, I make some exceptions.

Japanese plum

Japanese plum

My plum is the first tree to show signs of growth each year, and if I do not start fast food, the leaves turn yellow.

Why speak of fertilizers so early in the season? Because fertilization begins sooner, more force can be produced in a given year. While this may be important for all varieties, it is especially important that the pines to be decandled as there is only so much time between transplant and decandling.

usually wait three weeks after transplanting to begin fertilization. My fertilizers are fish emulsion type and cottonseed meal, but this year I intend to use a greater variety of fertilizers to assure trees get a wider variety of nutrients.

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This article was originally published on bonsaitonight.com


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