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RE: Root damage & delayed bud burst

Subject: RE: Root damage & delayed bud burst
From: Staden, Richard
Date: May 09 2018 16:35:31
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John
I am waiting with some trepidation for many hundreds of oak and beech 
transplants to break into leaf that I have the good fortune to have just had 
planted. Some species are romping away (prunus and sorbus in particular) but 
these others are holding off. Not for too long I hope as conditions are good. 
I am hoping the reason is shock, in the manner you suggest.

Richard Staden
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[mailto:uktc-request@xxxxxx.tree-care.info] On Behalf Of John Hearne
Sent: 09 May 2018 12:16
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: Re: Root damage & delayed bud burst

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Well, in the absence of takers for my query, i have learned that trials with 
Spruce showed bud burst being brought forward by nutrient applications. Might 
this mean that nutrient deprivation (or water shortage for that matter) - 
perhaps as a result of root damage - could delay bud burst? It makes sense to 
me that the tree might prioritise allocation of resources to root 
regeneration after damage, prior to flushing, but it would be nice to see it 
writ as fact somewhere.

John

On Tue, May 8, 2018 at 2:53 PM, John Hearne <johnhearne7@xxxxxx.com> wrote:

Dear all, I realise there is some variety in timing of bud burst 
between individuals, but I suspect a late leafer (in comparison with 
all around it) is at least partly due to root damage during 
development. I can't find reference to the symptom/cause in my books 
though. Am I making it up?

Any thoughts appreciated.

Cheers

John

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