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I want to cut down an apple tree but it has a large bunch of mistletoe growing on it, how can I save it and put on another fruit

tree? Would it have to be an apple tree or would a plum tree be ok?


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#1 Comment By BushDoctor On 09/03/2019 @ 2:07 pm

It is important that, although they are interesting a largely not harmful, when a tree is not getting proper care or is lacking something, then the parasitic plant will steal nutrients from the tree.

In short, they will help facilitate the death of a tree in the right circumstances.

This article will help you to grow mistletoe, both indoors, and out: [1]

This article will offer information on mistletoe and other parasitic plants: [2]


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