I have many large poplar trees growing, which is fine; however, the small shoots are spouting up everywhere. I cannot contain them. I know they shoot off suckers but my garden is being taken over and I don’t know what to do! The shoots under ground are very strong and difficult to pull out, not to mention ruining the dirt around my other plants. Please help!
Both my poplar trees are losing sap and one of the branches is dead. What can I use to stop the sap from leaking?
How do you kill the roots of a poplar tree that was cut down about a month ago in which the stump is still there? The roots are growing fine and sending up shoots.
We have a very large tulip poplar, which was very healthy before lightning struck it last week. The lightning strike started at a knot in the tree where a branch had been pruned years ago. The lightning damage then ran down the large trunk of the tree to the ground from the knot, leaving about a 3-4 inch strip of removed bark and exposing the internal part of the tree. The trunk of the tree is about 4-5 feet in circumference. Will this tree heal itself? Is there anything special in the way of treatment that we need to do to help it survive?
I want to know how you can start poplar trees from prunings. I have tried cutting a limb and putting it in water with root stimulator with no results. The water goes sour and the tree does nothing. I have had good results with willows, but can’t seem to get the poplar to take.
I think the branches are dying on my poplar tree.
I have an number of trees, Poplar, Aspen and Pine, that are dying in one particular area of my property. I have noticed a large number of ant hills and trees that have ants in their cores. Is it possible that the ants are killing these trees?
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