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Give them a good soaking of water, wait for the top 2 or 3 inches of soil in the pots to dry out, and repeat. Depending on the temperature, humidity, and the soil in the pots each cycle may take anything from a few days to a couple of weeks. Frequent small amounts of water will encourage the roots to grow up to the surface, which you don't want. Keeping ...


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To me, this looks like normal growth, these trees will go through the natural "shedding" process as they grow. Those trees do not appear to be even close to full-grown yet and if there are not small brown fungal spores that turn grey or black then that's good if you notice that they do contract the disease, unfortunately, the best thing to do is ...


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There seems to be new bark growing where the old has come off. If the bald area extends right round the tree and there is no new bark growing underneath, the tree will not live long, but you don't mention any other visible problems with your trees so that seems unlikely. Your picture only shows half the circumference of the tree trunk, of course. If there is ...


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