Can we put anything on the base of our crabapple tree suckers? We try to cut them away, but we can’t seem to keep up.
I cut down a flowering crabapple tree last year, and this year I have suckers showing up all over my lawn. What can I do to stop this? From what I can find out, Sucker Stopper RTU is not available in Ontario, Canada where I live.
I hope you can help me. I have a pink flowering crabapple that I planted this past spring and it has recently developed cedar apple rust. I am currently treating it by spraying it with a fungicide. I can’t remove the source of infection as it must be from a neighbor. My question is – is there some type of a preventative or treatment that I can apply at the root level? If the tree gets much bigger, I am not going to be able to spray the highest leaves as I am not going to be able to reach them. Please help!!
I received last spring a 5 inch Crabapple. I was not sure where to plant this tree, so I planted it in a large pot. Now that it’s fall, I’m unsure what to do with the tree. It is now about 3 feet tall, but I know that I’m not supposed to plant it in the group until spring. What should I do with the tree for the winter? I live in the state of Illinois -Zone 5, I believe.
My dog has ripped the bark off my crabapple tree. What is the best remedy? I do have to put chicken wire around the limbs and base or the dog will keep eating away at it. What should be directly on the tree to save it? Thank you.
My crab apple tree is sending shoots up all over my lawn. I love the tree but need to do something about these shoots. In the past they have just been cut down with the lawn mower, is there another way to stop them from sprouting up all over the place?
We have a beautiful flowering crab tree but are tired of always having to cut off the suckers in our flowerbed and around the tree that grow constantly and are ruining the look of the tree. How can we stop the suckers from growing around our tree?
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