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john giroux
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Another piece of my american elm broke off. There are some root looking parts. Could I cut off this section and put it in dirt or sand to make a new tree? I will post a photo of it.
 
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Photo of elm
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Elm with root hairs
 
john giroux
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I ended up cutting this limb down and planting the root hairs with the stump. Hope it works.
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Have you considered coppicing or pollarding it? It might rejuvenate the tree. FYI, livestock really enjoy the leaves. Protein content at least 16%.
 
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