TOPIC: Where to start on first long term pine project?

Where to start on first long term pine project? 8 months 2 weeks ago #33549

I like the tree, its better gaining experiences on something we can work and don't lose $$$$, as being a good tree and trash it. Beside this discussion has been the same time last year. I agree that the way some people express them is not needed. Go ahead and make experiments on what ever suits you, there will be help doing your way.
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Where to start on first long term pine project? 8 months 2 weeks ago #33550

Indo Andreas wrote: I like the tree, its better gaining experiences on something


This has been said already, so the only reason you are posting this, is to be able to say:

the way some people express them is not needed


Which, personally, I don't find needed either.

Let's stop shooting the messengers (yes, there were multiple in this thread) and start focusing on the subject.
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Where to start on first long term pine project? 8 months 2 weeks ago #33557

Indo Andreas wrote: Go ahead and make experiments on what ever suits you, there will be help doing your way.


This is however different from growing bonsai. If you are on a forum to learn, would it not be nice if people steered you in the reight direction, rather than just say: You are doing great, only to eralize that after years you have been working on unsuitable species?
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