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As an example, an organic cake (mixed among some long release Osmocote Plus) and its symbiotically acting bacteria & fungi on the bonsai soil.

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... Do you feed your trees peas?:) :cheer: :P

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lucR wrote: ... Do you feed your trees peas?:) :cheer: :P


Osmocote looks so big with a macro lens!
:woohoo:
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Clicio, when you said you used teabags, do you mean like ordinary teabags that has been empty’ed and filled with biogold? I have been using baskets that you press on to biogold so that the bottom is in contact with the soil. But i have wanted to try tea bags on my podocar, can i use ordinary emptied tea bags? :-) Or do i need some bought from a bonsai shop?

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I use teabags too.
You don't need to empty them: just buy empty teabags ;-)
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PhilipJohansen wrote: Clicio, when you said you used teabags, do you mean like ordinary teabags?

Yes, paper tissue empty teabags purchased on e-bay in packs of 100 or 500.
I stick them on the soil using japanese bamboo toothpicks. See the image:

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NEW LITTLE CUTE TREE.

Got it for free of a nice buddy.

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Sooo.. All the readers out there.. Why not share some of your work!?

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My deshojo and Japanese black pine

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Hm.. Deshojo in spring sun are the best!

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