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Q.Maple tree slow growth

Zone Collingdale, PA. 19023 | Anonymous added on July 4, 2018 | Answered

I have a red maple I planted will be three years ago come October.
It seems to be about 3 ft – maybe 4 feet taller since them.
This is a real so growth isn’t it ?
I feed it plant/tree spikes every spring and fall, add fresh dirt and mulch
each fall and spring when I feed as well.

Any other ideas that might help – or do I just have a defective grower ? 🙂

Thanks in advance for your assistance.

Rita Ruhl

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Answered on July 5, 2018

I would first start with a soil test. Your County Extension Office can help you with this. A soil test will take out the guess work and the nutrition needs of your tree.

Is your soil well draining? Adding organic soil amendments can help.

These links will help you.


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