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Idea for the bark, and here's some transplanting information
Re : Japanese Maple bark Damage -- Chad stevenson|
|Posted by M. D. Vaden , Oct 16,2006,02:42||Top of Thread||Forum|
The bark, must be left alone, and the tree will do better on it's own. If it encloses the wound, or not, time will tell.
For transplanting tips, see the page below. You already have moved it, but check to see if the page has some procedures which can improve your situation.
Related link: TRANSPLANTING PAGE
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