Additionally, trees with thin bark and abundant twigs should be watered when possible during the.
These trees include: Crataegus, Prunus, Populus, Pyrus, Quercus alba, coccinea, palustris and robur types.
We can only. dig. these trees as a “Customer Risk” since the timing of the digging is inappropriate for the best chance of survival. Planting these trees in the Author: dyates. If these trees are to be dug in the fall, they should be dug after leaf drop or a hard freeze.
This can help force them into dormancy. These trees include: Crataegus, Prunus, Populus, Pyrus, Quercus alba, coccinea, palustris and robur types. We can only dig these trees as a “Customer Risk” since the timing of the digging isFile Size: 8KB. this list can vary depending on location & weather and is not necessarily inclusive of all trees that could pose a risk of fall digging.
It is also important to point out that the trees on this list CAN be planted in the fall as long as they come from above ground spring dug stock, containers, or grow bags. Acer rubrum – all varieties Betula. Aug 21, So if we know the “why” about fall digging hazards what can we do to minimize the risk when job site limitations demand fall digging? Here are several steps we have found to improve survivability. 1.) When possible substitute for a tree which does not fall into one of the above categories.
2.) Have the tree root-pruned during the spring or summer which will allow new root generation prior Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Oct 13, One reason that some tree species are thought to be fall dig hazards is that they have been harvested too early. An example of this can be seen with the genus Quercus, which goes dormant extremely late in the fall. A possible solution is to strategically procure Estimated Reading Time: 9 mins.
FALL SEASON"DO NOT DIG" LIST The Following Plants Are Recommended For Spring Digging Only. These Plants Will Only Be Dug In The Fall At The Customer Risk. Page 1 of 2 Pages. MAGNOLIA x 'Pinkie' Pinkie Magnolia MAGNOLIA x 'Ricki' Ricki Magnolia MAGNOLIA x soulangiana Saucer MagnoliaFile Size: 9KB. Fall Digging Hazards The following plants have a reduced rate of survival when dug in the fall. Acer buergeranum Trident maple Betula varieties Birch Carpinus varieties Hornbeam Celtis Hackberry Cercidiphllum Katsura Crataegus Hawthorne Fagus Beech Halesia Silverbell Koelreuteria Golden Rain Tree Liquidambar Sweet Gum Liriodendron Tulip Tree Malus Crabapples.