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  • Soluble Seaweed Powder for Trees

    Created by Bev Clarke on

    I have a tree that is a Prunus and is 30 inches at its base. It was traumatized by several issues that I believe have been corrected and a tree man recommended Maxicrop Soluble Powder. I do not see any directions for this size of a tree… help!

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    E. Vinje
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    Hi Bev –

    The company recommends you water with a solution of one teaspoon Maxicrop Soluble Powder/ gallon of water every week, if possible. When it comes to doing root injections for feeding trees, you’ll want to insert the injector down 10 – 12 inches every three feet around the drip zone (the diameter of the canopy around the base.)

    Hope this helps!

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