• peteypyro peteypyro

    @peteypyro bigger than ever...

     hiding in plain view too...

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  • peteypyro peteypyro

    @guywithtrees Great to see you again. Glad the twins will have new homes. I'm making more clones ūüėÉ

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  • guywithtrees guywithtrees

    @megajeth oh boy those leaf do not look hot. I think they still could recover but the leaf will probably fall off in a month or 2. 

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  • guywithtrees guywithtrees

    Well....... It has been one hell of a month. I'm sorry for being so busy guys. I wanted to give a shout out to @peteypyro!!!! We got to hang out last week and came home with 2 of his trees. Had to make 2 separate trips. And what a adventure. We barley got the second one in the van. And took me about 4 hour drive each way. so 16 hours of driving all together. On the first day I met this lady who was selling several trees out on her front lawn. She did not really speak english but was ecstatic to see @peteypyro's tree in the car! She was running around the car taking pictures to show her daughter. I gave her some cuttings and some fresh leaf form our trees. It was absolutely adorable. I love it when I meet other passionate growers who really care about these trees. This was one of the best trips I have had so far. 

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  • roadkill roadkill

    @peteypyro  Careful so that shit don't spread to your kratom trees.  I have lost 2 this year

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  • peteypyro peteypyro

    @roadkill yes, blight can kill fast.

     this tree was healthy just 3 months ago too. Now it's just limes on dead branches. 

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  • peteypyro peteypyro

    @roadkill they are indestructible after they get that big. It's a kratom bushes now. Should be easier to harvest. 

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  • roadkill roadkill

    Update to this conversation. Since cutting this tree down to 2" it has some life still in it.  Let's see what it does.

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  • roadkill roadkill

    ok,  I had to make a decision to take this tree out. I had transplanted this tree from a different location that  Location was near the other tree I had that had fire blight. So I fear it is in the ground and affected this tree.

    . There were splits at the base of this tree

    . So I decided to take this 7' 3 out afraid that whatever is wrong with it could spread.

    . After cutting it down I looked at a cross-section of the base of the tree and you can see see where there's damage From some sort of bark disease or some shit like that.

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  • roadkill roadkill

    @pete2000  I've had this happen a number of times and sometimes it was just from a big wind that blew through.  It surprises me that I read they would make furniture out of of this stuff considering it is as soft as it is. So far it's my experience that the branch will not mend. That doesn't mean it's going to die but it's not going to heal. As long as there's enough pathways for water and nutrients  the branch can live.. So I would be cautious as to how tightly I wrap anything on it you could cut off its food supply. Usually you can avoid that by making the rap wide enough.

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