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Repotting young black pines cork bark

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repotting newly grafted young pines is equal transplant grafted pines not only have extra care to avoid damage to the joint.

Repotting corkbark black pine

grafted cork bark black pine

Repotting corkbark black pine

After removing the pot

Note the stain white – there are signs of infestation root aphid. For those curious to see how it differs mycorrhizae in the appearance of aphid infestation, see below.

Mycorrhiza

mycorrhizae – and lots of it

Just leaving the roots they removed most of the affected area, so do not apply insecticides to deal the adelgids.

Repotting corkbark black pine

After combing the roots

pines planted me in a colander.

Repotting corkbark black pine

Nestled tree on a mound of earth.

Once the tree was in place, it tied in and added more soil. Using chopsticks, I worked on the new soil among the roots.

Repotting corkbark black pine

Before stick work

Repotting corkbark black pine

After stick work – notice the ground level has decreased

after land he was added to fill the pot and tamped into place.

Repotting corkbark black pine

Repotting complete

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Repotting young black pines cork bark

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