Steve Thorn wrote:Great information, thanks Scott.
Yeah, I think I'm leaning the same way, that a little pruning of each will make the healthiest plant and that a smaller surface area will help the plant adjust quicker to its new spot.
It's always hard for me to prune a plant, especially the top part of a fruit tree, but I'm thinking it should end up greatly helping the new plant get the best start.
Great info, thanks again Scott!
Gurkan Yeniceri wrote:Just yesterday, I pulled a black genoa fig growing in a small pot and transferred into a root pouch.
Gurkan Yeniceri wrote: The roots were all tangled in spiral and I pulled them apart removing some thick ones before transplanting. I am hoping the roots will recover and the tree starts growing again.
Gurkan Yeniceri wrote: I think with every pruned root, the fertilizing is important for the first couple of weeks. A good liquid fertilizer would help a lot with the recovery.
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