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Re: Grayswood Ghost Bark

Re: Grayswood Ghost Bark
Posted by: chris (IP Logged)
Date: October 03, 2007 14:11


If the damage doesn't go all the way around the trunk it is probably best to leave it.

Alternatively, you could try wrapping moss around it to keep it moist and help the bark to regenerate.

Rotting of the wood underneath is less of an issue than ensuring that there is sufficient cambium left to transport water up the tree.

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|  Grayswood Ghost Bark Dave Hills 02/10/2007 19:16
||  Re: Grayswood Ghost Bark chris 03/10/2007 14:11

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