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Harvest season for Bonsai trees

by Bonsaiworld, Oct/05/2018
Is there anyone out there who enjoys growing Bonsai trees? Im looking to get feedback and get to know anyone interested! I have 20 hardwood trees, some tropical and some deciduous. Looking to expand with a few choice trees from Illinois. It the best time of year to harvest because they are becoming sleepy! Hit me up if you enjoy gardening or plants.
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January 2019 - Rice Lake Wisconsin
By Thrasymachus, Oct/06/2018

I had a nice little indoor medicinal grow in California for the last 10 years, until the market on it crashed, and I worked for Kern Hydroponics for 6 of those years. I possess a wealth of information concerning the cloning of cuttings that apply to trees, mutatis mutandis, just as much as to cannabis.

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By Bonsaiworld, Oct/08/2018

That sounds great! I have a few jade trees from Cali and I hear they grow like shrubs out there. What are tour thoughts on grafting strangler ficus. I have a root over rock about 8 years old and has a 2 inch trunk. I want to move some dominant branches to the opposite side of the tree and I was hoping to do it this winter. Also what is a good fertilizer for ficus?

January 2019 - Rice Lake Wisconsin
By Thrasymachus, Oct/11/2018

So the Ficus needs very little in the way of food - hence its popularity. They are easy to burn with too much nitrogen. I would feed somewhere in the seldom to never range, and us something natural with a very low NPK rating. As far as cloning goes, the 2 things that are "the secrets" are 1)adjusting your pH to the exact requirement for that particular plant species (you will need a pH adjustment and test kit- General Hydroponics has one on the cheap, and an accurate reference book or source), and 2) not over humidifying once your cuttings are adjusting to their new environment. With too much humidity they won't need to bust roots because they'll be getting plenty of foliar water. "Dip & Grow" was by far the most popular rooting hormone solution we sold to non cannabis clients. Another tip is to know that this transition (from branch to plant) is going to be the most stressful thing any plant can ever go through, and to not trip too hard on her signs of plant stress; its to be expected. Just keep her clean of necrotic leaves and partial leaves, as those parts easily become the source of lethal systemic disease. Another thing to study up on is the species' relationship to the light cycle, as you'll want it to have the proper number of hours of light to avoid putting the plant into a reproductive stage. So far as specific pH's and other specie dependent info goes, I only have cannabis numbers committed to memory - we had several reference books behind the counter to aide our non pot growing clients, which was maybe 2% of the business, and I don't recall their titles just now (I may have killed the brain-cell that info was stored upon). Good luck!

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