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Last summer practice ‘Hamisu’, which is the fogging of bonsai during hot summer days mentioned. This topical light irrigation wets the foliage, trunk, the pot and the first half inch or inch of soil. the tree is updated.
If you water the trees in the morning on hot days, often this light once or twice after that watering is needed. This is especially true when temperatures exceed 90 degrees F. Hamisu is most effective when the sun is falling in the sky.
Be careful watering too late in the day, when you have fungus problems. There are juniper tip blight Phomopsis , which deals with, for example. Any water on the foliage should dry before night comes in during the warmer months.
This article was originally published on http://crataegus.com/2010/07/26/summer-misting/