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Old 04-25-2010, 03:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Chop at angle or flat?

When you need to chop back how do you all do it?
I am thinking angel chops may work best to help with water run off
Or does it even matter? I have 4 very large maybe ice creams planted about a week ago

They have been cut back to around 3' with a pretty fat stem.
So far I've got 2" rain in two and half days(With rain filling the forecast) they seem fine, but I wonder if my flat cuts on top could induce rotting.

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