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I am not a hydrologist or a geologist or anything like that, but we can all read about a phenomenon called "watering-up"; there is a review article here which indicates that when trees are removed the water table can rise measurably, depending on the soil type. Deciduous trees can "divert" falling rain back into the atmosphere by 15% and evergreens do so to ...


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Short answer is yes, but unmanaged carambola trees can grow to huge sizes, so learn how to manage a tree in a pot. Learn to manage both roots and branches.


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I'm just wondering if you're in the southern hemisphere that you're sowing and growing on these seedlings at this time of year... Use small pots, not bigger than 9cm, to transplant your seedlings when they have at least one set of true leaves; grow the seedlings on into small plants with several sets of leaves, or until the roots have filled the pots, and ...


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