Basti Hess wrote:Hey guys. That's a bunch of information. Thank you!
This tree and I myself are located in Germany (did update the profile too).
If I could how I wanted, I would be in the Hill Country in Texas where my friends would welcome me - but the all controlling government wanted to see me gone, unless I invest big $$$ for a business. Damn corporate world - but am working in this direction too out of necessity, while I am fascinated with living soil/permaculture, where I see the real use!
If I cut the tree down to the stump, should this be just above ground or as high as possible, as long as the damaged part is gone? In my case it might very well be right above ground, since the damaged part is pretty low...
Bryant RedHawk wrote:
Let me know which method you choose and I will be happy to go into details for you to follow.
If you don't want it public here, just purple mooseage me and I'll respond.
(I am going to be using the clone method on one of my own Pear trees this year)
allen lumley wrote:
If you have any other Apple ,or Cherry or Crabapple or other native Cherry Family trees look them over carefully for more tent caterpillars, These are the caterpillars
Favorite foods ! As with all of these nests there is a queen inside who must be destroyed While the workers are the ones eating the leaves they are short lived and
sexless so it is not as important to get everyone of them !