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Old 02-14-2022, 07:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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So I have 3 Pawpaws that have been doing little for about 5 years, so I decided it was time to transplant (fingers crossed). In the interest of documentation and education (mostly my own) I decided to video the process. If anyone is interested you can see it with the following link. Sorry about the quality, I have a lot to learn about making videos.

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Hope your experiment works out and I look forward to your update!
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So I have 3 Pawpaws that have been doing little for about 5 years, so I decided it was time to transplant (fingers crossed). In the interest of documentation and education (mostly my own) I decided to video the process. If anyone is interested you can see it with the following link. Sorry about the quality, I have a lot to learn about making videos.
Great video.
Hopefully you will have some runners and a nice stand of trees in years to come.

Paw Paw is the state fruit of Ohio.
https://ohiopawpaw.com


There is also a Facebook page you can visit for real time information.
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it is amazing how warm it is there
here we have snow and the ground is frozen

hopefully the paw paw like their new home
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Just quick update: All seems well

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