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Think this rooted?

Looks like your plant has gone through a rough path. It has not one but multiple issues. It is definitely under stress. The leaves are dried and curling which shows that lack of humidity. If there ...
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Advice for taking care of trees in garden

Established trees find their own water deep down with their taproot. That is the job of the taproot, along with anchoring the tree. Surface roots find nutrients. You only need to baby newly planted ...
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Will my apple seedlings survive winter

Do you live in the arctic or anarctic? Do you live above treeline? If the answer is "no" you should preferably plant the trees in the ground where they will live (fall is a good time, spring ...
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Does this young fruit tree need a "first" pruning?

Apparently new fruit trees need a "first" pruning that involves cutting down up to half of the initial growth. That advice is primarily for bare-root trees that lack the roots to support ...
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Can someone identify what berry this is?

Based of the shape and color of the berry, and the shape of the slightly serrated leaves, this is likely a Black Mulberry tree. Source
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Can i graft a pineapple and watermelon together? Since the both berries

No - Melons are members of the Cucurbitaceae and Pineapple is a member of a completely different plant Family, the Bromeliaceae, so they are not compatible graft partners. If you like though, check ...
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Bark on plum tree concern

Older .vs. younger bark. Nothing more.
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How long will it take for new growth on a skelatonized citrus tree?

These sites (California Rare Fruit Grower and Gardening Know How) indicate that major pruning should be done after last freeze in spring, but before summer's heat. Unfortunately, your timing on ...
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Is growing a plant from seeds, slow to bear fruits?

Fruiting in plants depends on factors like cellular age of plant part (most important factor to consider) chill hours, nutrition and hormonal control. At times you can't make a plant age faster as it'...
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Why are my indoor grown Loquat saplings, grown from seeds, getting wilted and blackened leaves and dying?

You don't say what part of the world you are in, although you must be in the northern hemisphere since you mention ice and cold weather arriving. Loquat trees are not deciduous, so leaf loss should ...
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Growing stone fruit (peach) from Pit

If you don't have pests likely to dig them out (squirrels, etc.) or to take measures to protect them from those, such as wire mesh over the bed, you can plant them in the ground now and wait for ...
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How to protect garden against wildlife (roe, deer, boar)?

If you can't fence the perimeter, fencing the individual plants would seem to be the only (reliable) option. Solar powered (so no need for electricity from the grid supply) electric fence chargers are ...
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Are these apple saplings turning yellow due to autumn or to a virus

The answer to this question will depend on the time of year (in this case november) and your region. For many regions in North America and northern Europe, november is a normal time for trees to start ...
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What's wrong with my apple tree?

Leafminers are responsible for the lines within the leaves shown in the first image. These are difficult to control even with using heavy duty pesticides about three times a year, so I wouldn't advise ...
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Mango plant is dropping leaves

Mango plants need regular watering, Make sure you're watering your mango plant appropriately, allowing the soil to dry out slightly between watering. Mango plants require plenty of sunlight to thrive, ...
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How to address a broken peach branch

Cleanly cut off the broken branch as close to the trunk as you can. Don't bother with wound paints or covering the wound with anything. Let nature take its course. Trees want to heal themselves and (...
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Improving prunus germination

Its probably beacause it was a mild winter, and the seeds didnt get enough cold stratification to enduce germination. so youre not doing anything wrong, the seeds benifit from colder weather. you ...
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Why Apple plant is dying?

Looks like the leaves are lighter green which can be not enough sun and the tip burns can be not enough water or sun. You will also have to investigate what type of apple tree it is. Most apple tree ...
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Tree suggestion for shade but in pot

Any trees that naturally go in Pakistan should be fine. Visit a garden center or nursery and see what they have on sale. When I google it, I see that these flourish there apple pear peach plum I ...
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Is this apple canker?

This is the damage as done by woolly apple aphids. These aphids suck tree saps from your apple tree, and by doing so cause these deformations. The deformations themselves are usually not a big issue, ...
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New Fig Tree Leaves Dying

I'm almost certain it's frost damage. Based on the time of year, your image and the description, your tree was most likely hit by a late spring frost. Luckily, your location should be frost-free in a ...
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All the branches were cut off my pear tree of about 25 years old, they cut off all the branches to stubs. What do I do with all the saplings?

I'm assuming that the tree in question is a Callery Pear (also known as a Bradford Callery Pear). These are short-lived trees in the best of circumstances, and your tree is near the end of its life, ...
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What type of fig to plant in the Netherlands

Ficus carica ‘Brown Turkey’. The best winter resistant variety for our Dutch climate.
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Bullace: hybrid or distinct variety?

Wikipedia states that the bullace "like the damson is considered to be a strain of the insititia subspecies of Prunus domestica." This would indicate that the stones are not sterile and that ...
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Will a longan tree on in a 40liter pot survive wet season outside?

Provided you have adequate drainage at the bottom of the pot it should be fine outdoors. Moving it to a place with more sunlight will definitely help it grow fruit - these plants want full sun, so ...
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Is growing a plant from seeds, slow to bear fruits?

Beans, Chillis and Tomatos should yield fruit in 2-6 months of decent weather. Beans are likely more tolerant but Chillis and Tomatos will want a minimum of 6 hours full sunlight per day, and ...
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Deformed Leaves on Newly Grafted Citrus Tree

Citrus trees grow in spurts when the conditions are good, that is warm and moist at the roots with good light. Leaves remain statically and quietly bunched up in buds until the plant triggers the ...
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What is the most valuable tree here?

If you aren't engaging in actual agriculture, a tree's 'economic value' doesn't make much sense to me. Economic value is what the tree would be worth to other people, and who cares about them? The ...
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What is this green powdery coating on a young cherry tree trunk?

Hard to be certain, but looks mostly like the remains of paint they used at the nursery to keep track of which variety was grafted to the rootstock before they planted it to grow out for a year or two ...
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Wind sensitivity of star fruit (Carambola) with age

These plants do not appreciate windy conditions to grow in - it's best to plan on providing some sort of shelter from the winds you regularly get. In windy areas, they may not achieve their full ...
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