Sabtu, 22 Mei 2010
Birch River is fairly easy to plant because they are quite sturdy and durable. Yet to plant or transplant you have to do to follow some basic guidelines. Two of the best type birch or river birch trees are Dura Heat River and Heritage. We have growing River Birch for a number of years and offer these tips for planting in Doylestown.
All persons Dura heat management and Heritage River birch seedlings and small trees need to help with the support of the life of your plants. Seedlings are like fish out of water and need care that is often overlooked in the period between the raised and transplanted seedlings. Improper care means higher mortality. Try not to invent, and the wheel. Must be protected from moisture and extreme temperatures, plants and physical damage.
Seedlings lives and must be handled with care. For a higher survival rate for the treatment of tree care and plant immediately. I like a backup plan for planting if the weather turns bad. I sometimes switch from lining the planting soil when I told them that the ground conditions are not ripe to achieve for a long period of time. If planting must be delayed a few days, the plants kept in a cool, protected with air circulation between the trees. Keep Dura Heat River Birch Heritage and the rain and wind. To check whether the trees need water, feel the media at the roots. If it is not damp, water the trees, then drain excess water can. In the cold, wet weather, the main threat to these trees is from mold. Try to keep the ground wet from plants, is limiting the loss of water with a water vapor barrier or wetting the roots at regular intervals. When the equipment it or try to temperature and airflow around the trees cut. windy days can dry out so check, the young plants are waiting for calmer weather. Once you have fixed your soil conditions using our free planter is planting a moment so that is worth to wait for good planting conditions.
Ideal planting days are cool and sunny with little wind. If possible, avoid planting on hot days and windy. The soil should be moist, not wet. Care in planting is more important than speed. Make sure that the roots must never be dry. Bare root plants should be packed in a waterproof bag or bucket with plenty of wet material on the roots to absorb. Ideally, bare root boxes should be kept refrigerated or packed in ice or snow. Do not freeze the trees.
Competition from weeds, grass, shrubs or other trees is very detrimental to the survival and growth of seedlings. Choose the areas free from this competition or clear at least three-foot square bare spot before planting. Seedlings should not be under the crown of existing trees, or planting more than 6 feet to existing brush. Avoid areas near walnut trees.
Sweep up loose organic material such as leaves, grass, etc., display, for the planting of local mineral soil. If the organic matter in the planting hole, can decompose and leave air spaces. The roots grow in these areas if dry. Open hole, making sure that the hole is deep enough for the roots fully extended. If the roots curled or piled, the tree will not be able to absorb water properly, often weak and die, or may be later because of poor shock main structure.
Take a tree planting bag or bucket only after a hole is finished. If exposed, the fine roots can dry out in less than 30 seconds. seedling shoots and roots lose water to air, roots require more protecting.Unlike leaves, no stomata (openings in the closed position on the surface of the leaves) or wax coatings to reduce water losses. If the heat lasts Birch River Heritage and dried roots feel to them are probably dead. Now I know you're thinking, "I put them in a bucket with water and stored until planting". That will not work. Soak the plants longer than a few minutes. Putting them in water, cut off the oxygen. Remember to remove the container before planting a containerized tree. start a suggestion to all those new gardeners just starting to remember to plant evergreen high. Keep the plant in the hole, making sure the roots are straight, fully extended and the shaft is not too flat or too deep in the hole. Filling hole, allowing soil to fall in around the roots. Tamp with hands or with the heel. Not crush the roots by jumping up and down throughout the embryo, like a snake curled around the map. And 'nice. Fill with the stamp more ground, if necessary, e. Stuff is important. If the soil is not packed firmly around the roots, will be air pockets that can dry the roots and the plants must still weak. It is much easier to plant the tree close to the tree and then supported to adjust the tree later. (Adding vitamins and plant fertilizer when planting is generally not necessary.)
Take the time to plant. Proper spacing will help you grow a valuable crop. I tried to get more production from a limited area by over planting and then decreased, but I always had problems with the harvest .... Digging is slower and generally poor quality of some of the harvest. Plant trees to avoid these mistakes:
too shallow planting
Planting too deep
Calls up roots (which is rooted J)
Planting trees that are not tolerant of wet soils in poorly drained areas
Planting over rocks, septic tanks and fields Leach, sandy hills
Care of trees following planting rights
Check regularly to be sure that brush, grass and other vegetation is kept under control by mowing, mulching, spraying or a combination of these treatments. Always get advice from an authorized pest control advisor before using chemicals. You ag extension agency may offer courses in use of chemicals. Control the appearance of your trees will help you detect signs of insects, diseases or other problems. Appearances also help sell the product. Yellow leaves, new foliage drooping or other symptoms of ill health. It 's easier to take corrective action if the problem is detected early.
In casting is a common problem in irrigated plantations. Probably will not need water as often as every 7-10 days. Give your trees have a deep, deep dive and then the soil dry before the next irrigation. This encourages roots to grow downward in search of water. Frequently promotes shallow root growth, irrigation near the surface and the trees are even more dependent on irrigation and less windfirm.
Animals can be a major cause of damage to young trees. Porcupines, squirrels, mice, rabbits, deer and livestock are the most common source of damage. In many states, you may need to call the Game Commission and get their recommendations on legal methods to protect your plants. In our state, you can help kill deer the Pennsylvania Game Commission, which are a threat to your seedlings or obtain a free fence to keep deer away from your plants. Over the years we have more trees to mice than any other lost pet. Put rat baits on a regular basis. Over the years we have combined have lost more trees and plants to mice every other culprit including deer and rabbits TS. You can see an article more about the care of plants and seed plants on our site:
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