Mulberry Trees

Saving a Fruitless Mulberry Tree

wisefly added on December 15, 2012 | Answered

Our horses have eaten all the bark off most of the tree. It is a fruitless variety mulberry. . . very established. What can be done to make sure the tree doesn't die?

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Answered on December 16, 2012

This article may help:

Hopefully your tree was not girdled all the way around the trunk, it if was, you have enough bark left to try some of the reattachment methods listed in the article.

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