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Al Angello
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I paid several hundred dollars for it about ten years ago, I prune it twice a year, and now it has the jungle rot. It isn't as much about the money as it is about my years of shaping it into a perfect umberella shape. Is there anything that I can do at this point, or should I just put it out of it's missery?
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MagicSanta
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If it is rot then you are having a problem draining the water away from it. You need to drain the water away more effectively to try to save it.
Al Angello
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It has been doing fine for ten years, and we have had a dry Summer?
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hou_dini
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Al,
Check with your local county extension folks. They should have answers/help for your area and possible solutions to the problem.
Al Angello
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Hou_dini
If it is possible to save it maybe I should go back to the nursery where I bought it.
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MagicSanta
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You are correct, all trees that develop rot have it from the beginning. Sorry for my intrusion. That is what happens when you ask in a magic forum, a nonsense answer like a tree can develope rot.
Al Angello
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"not very magical still" is where I get all of my professional advise. A couple months ago I said something about my alergies, and a Beverly Hills ear, nose, and throat doctor at this very forum told me what medication that I should ask my doctor to prescribe for my symptoms, so you see my friend magicians know everything. HA HA HA

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MagicSanta
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Based on your tree beliefs you did not have an alergy issue two months ago as you should have always had it and resolved it years ago. Ha ha ha.
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Brutal Santa ha!
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