[NAFEX] Loquat Tree Damage
lostman_amiga at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 8 16:00:03 EST 2005
If I had a working drill and a big long bit, I like
the bolting idea, but would wraping a big steal cable
just girdle the tree.
--- Jim Fruth <jfruth at uslink.net> wrote:
> Responding to Rob Hamilton's request about
> saving his loquat tree, I had
> a similar thing happen to one of my best maple sap
> producing maple trees.
> It had three main top branches. A storm broke one
> off and the remaining two
> were split apart 6' down the trunk. I winched the
> two together as tight as
> possible to close the gap between them. Then I
> wrapped a 3/8" steel cable
> around the two securing the ends with (two) cable
> clamps. Wherever there
> was a still open gap, I sprayed it full using spray
> foam. It worked.
> Jim Fruth
> Pequot Lakes, MN
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