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There is nothing like a good title for dogmatic dramas, right? I must add an ‘o well!’, But I have not the heart for it. However, we must be properly punished for spreading fertilizers, as if it were an absolute good.
What that kid is using, obviously, should be applied discreetly
For bonsai, generally do not need to control the growth axes. And for fertilization bonsai, we can make this a basic distinction:
This makes two assumptions:
to give some perspective to this, in the garden of Shinji Suzuki in Japan, where I studied, we started fertilize around 15. May, which was when spring buds were finishing elongation. About 90% of the trees were met in this way; the other 10% were fertilized later or earlier according to purpose. Here in my yard in Portland, Oregon, I have only a handful of trees that grow enough to follow the rule on May 15 so my percentages are reversed. I have trees mostly undeveloped, so I’m looking for more the size of the trunk, creating branch, large leaves, and / or emerging-so massive that pays most of the trees with the beginning of growth in March .
Ok. Questionnaire:? If we had to pay all of it, with force, beginning earlier this year, what would happen
And here’s another to nibble:
(Disclaimer: There are plenty of exceptions to everything I just said, which naturally makes a blog about bonsai a total disaster for example :. . pine Black, forget all about the old stuff tree Want to fertilize the pants to the old trees in the spring if they are candles cutting. And if you’ve really got a pine with pants on, you have bigger problems.)
This article was originally published on http://crataegus.com/2013/05/08/refine-your-fertilizing-this-year/