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Re: Acer Branch Damage

Re: Acer Branch Damage
Posted by: chris (IP Logged)
Date: November 14, 2007 17:18


Wood does not repair itself. If the branch can be held together in such a way as the tree is able to lay down new wood over the damage you may achieve something approaching a 'repair', but the crack will always be there in the middle.

If it won't completely unbalance the tree it may be better to carefully prune out the damaged branch.

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|  Acer Branch Damage Ken Halstead 13/11/2007 16:18
||  Re: Acer Branch Damage chris 14/11/2007 17:18
|||  Re: Acer Branch Damage Newt 16/11/2007 07:01

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