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I believe it is a watering problem. Do you check the soil before you water your plant? Make sure the top 1-2" are dry before you add more water. The soil should never be allowed to completely dry out, but it needs to dry some between watering. This is very important for the roots to breath. Roots require oxygen. They can not get it from soil that is ...


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I realise this is a very late response, as I have only just discovered this site, but maybe this will be of interest to other readers. While at the mention of 'salt' many people will say this guy is crazy, but plant nutrition has fascinated me for years - and in particular - the provision of vital trace elements by way of 'companion planting'. A friend ...


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These sound like trees trained as espaliers, though espaliers usually have several horizontal "layers" to get more fruit with a restricted height so that it can all be picked from ground level. For good results you need to choose suitable varieties, grafted onto suitable root stocks. Note this is not an "instant gratification" technique and it will take a ...


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