Sago Palm Trees

Can the Affected Seed Pods on Top of Sago Be Cut Out W/O Harm

cwomjmueller added on April 23, 2013 | Answered

Can the affected seed pods on top of sago be cut out without harming the plant?

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Answered on April 24, 2013

Generally, you can safely remove the male reproductive organ (flower) from the plant. However, it's normally better to allow them to remain on female plants. Here is more information:

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