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Cristo Balete wrote:Isn't it just red cedars that have the growth inhibitor?
Cristo Balete wrote:I wouldn't recommend hanging 200 pounds of water on a small tree limb, or any limb repeatedly, because I've seen less than that kill a tree limb. A pint's a pound the world around. Fat raccoons at maybe 40-50 pounds broke enough of my branches to give me grief.
I would also not recommend water trickling down the trunk of any tree because of the grafting spot where the rootstock is joined to the trunk should not get wet and stay wet, except in winter when growth is slow. It is vulnerable to rot. It helps keep that joint dry and healthy by planting that joint facing south (in the northern hemisphere) and it won't be a place where moss and wetness are on the shady side.
R Scott wrote: I also use it as toothpaste, a good way for me to get it into the kids.