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Trees in Shock

Top left: These balled-and-burlapped trees can lose 95 percent of their feeding roots in the transplanting process. They will be in shock for several years. Top right: A common malady is scorching of leaves.Bottom left: Irrigating with perforated 5-gallon pails. Quarter-inch-diameter holes were drilled in the pails to slowly emit water.Bottom right: Irrigating with Gatorbag.
Trees in Shock
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