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Leaving My Bonsai 1 year 5 months ago #25507

Winter wrote: I used this method on a juniper. But......


That 'but' there... do you realize that your advise may be not so good as it does NOT concern the same circumstances?
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Leaving My Bonsai 1 year 5 months ago #25510

Auk wrote:

Winter wrote: I used this method on a juniper. But......


That 'but' there... do you realize that your advise may be not so good as it does NOT concern the same circumstances?


Absolutely - at the end every garden has its own microclimate and we just need to do what we believe suits these circumstances. For example I always read that pines like dryer soils, but myne like it very very wet. As soon as I don't water twice a day they start showing signs of stress. So after you learned it all (which is never) you have to make it in your own way.
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Leaving My Bonsai 1 year 5 months ago #25538

Will my dogs be a problem to the tree?
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Leaving My Bonsai 1 year 5 months ago #25539

If you mean that they might relieve themselves on it, that shouldn't be a problem.
You'll have to say for yourself whether they would dig it up.
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Leaving My Bonsai 1 year 5 months ago #25540

JoshSiegel wrote: Will my dogs be a problem to the tree?


We know nothing about your dogs. Chihuahuas? Great Danes? Are they allowed in the garden? Where will the tree be, is it in a protected area?
But yes, in general, they are a risk.
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Leaving My Bonsai 1 year 5 months ago #25541

I don't think my dogs will dig it up, just smell it. Thanks for the help.
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Leaving My Bonsai 1 year 5 months ago #25544

JoshSiegel wrote: I don't think my dogs will dig it up, just smell it. Thanks for the help.


Then why on earth are you even asking us? :angry: :angry: :angry:

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Leaving My Bonsai 1 year 5 months ago #25545

I was just concerned about urine, but it was clarified. Thank you Winter.
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Leaving My Bonsai 1 year 5 months ago #25546

JoshSiegel wrote: I was just concerned about urine, but it was clarified. Thank you Winter.


I disagree though. It will kill the little plant.
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Leaving My Bonsai 1 year 5 months ago #25547

Auk wrote:

JoshSiegel wrote: I was just concerned about urine, but it was clarified. Thank you Winter.


I disagree though. It will kill the little plant.


I agree with Auk in disagreeing: tests showed that urine should be dissolved in 30 parts water to be safe when used as fertiliser - otherwise it's too strong.
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