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Tree Separation

Discussion in 'Nursery' started by AshBurner, Jan 6, 2020.

  1. AshBurner

    AshBurner ArboristSite Lurker

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    I have a small Ginkgo tree that was damaged several years ago. From the stump grew a large main trunk and a smaller one. Since the smaller one seems to be quite healthy, I thought that I might be able to separate it and plant it elsewhere. I'm concerned that in doing this, I might damage the main trunk's root system and kill it.

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    Do you have any advice?
     

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