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Old 05-22-2024, 09:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I live in NE Oklahoma and Ive just added 6 Basjoo trees to our back yard garden (see attached pics). The bed consists of good bagged top soil mixed with cow manure. They have been in the ground for two weeks and all have new growth. I have a bag of 10-10-10 and would like advice on amount of 10-10-10 and frequency per plant. Also how often and how much should I be watering? Right now, I a watering when the top 1 of soil is dry, roughly every other day but it has also been raining a lot and I try to take that into consideration. Any suggestions or help would be great. I plan on reading all the old posts concerning Basjoo to come up to speed. Oh, and I realize I may have planted the trees a little cliose to each other but Im going to use them as a privacy screen for the hot tub. Hopefully that will not stunt their growth. I was unable to upload pics to the gallery as the site seems to be moving very slow.

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Basjoo spread over the season and you will have a decent screen in no time.
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