Vance Wood
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  • Vance I just realized that of all the people I learned from, about every nursery tree or shrub commonly used and considered "easy", the only Nursery tree I have alive and repotted is my Mugo Pine!
    I can't express how much I appreciate your passion for Mugo!
    I would not be able to enjoy a pine at all if it wasn't for this.
    I can't begin to explain what this means to me, and I can never thank you enough!
    hi vance i have about 50 1 year old mugo pumilio what is the best way to take care of them thanks
    Vance Wood
    Vance Wood
    Where do you live? Are these little trees bare root or in some sort of pot? I need some details and I am sorry I had not found this question earlier.
    Hi Vance, l have a question for you, I have a
    Small Japanese Black Pine, with rot that is starting to go straight through the trunk, how can I stop or slow this down? The soil is very course mix of pumice, lava rock, cherry granite, and pine bark. Root and foliage growth has been pretty week the last couple years. I'd post a picture, but haven't figured out how on a direct message.
    I live in Roseville, right down the road from you.
    Jim G
    Jim G
    Hello Vance, If I brought a JBP to you can you give me some advice on training/styling. I'm in Saint Clair Shores. Thanks.
    I can't seem to get my conversations to work right...thinking to pass on the one Mugo I showed you...and pick up a cheaper one to see if I can keep it alive first. I keep reading pines can be difficult...either you can give them Horticultural care it needs or you can't.
    If I click on your name I can read all your old PM's you didn't clear. I have no clue how any of this works anymore either. I just know there are certain aspects that I don't like.
    Hi Vance. My name is Brad Russell. You had given my some questions last week about my mugo pines. I had originally asked about needle plucking, and you informed me of some things i should think about. I was wondering if you had time to look at my response of your questions. Any help or suggestions you could share would be great. I really love this hobby. I could possibly see myself doing this full time hopefully someday. Anyway, i am wanting to learn more about the mugo pine, and am willing to do extra to learn. Thanks again for any time you have.

    Brad
    Hi Vance,
    If you could please, I have a few of questions about your technique of using a dental tool to increase trunk growth. I'd like to email you, if I may.

    Thank you very much for all of your sharings on this and other forums.

    ~ Tom
    Vance Wood
    Vance Wood
    my email: 1vancewood2@gmail.com
    Vance Wood
    Vance Wood
    I would be glad to talk to you.
    Vance Wood
    Vance Wood
    You use the dental tool to push into the wood leaving a small wound in the trunk. Any time there is a wound there is a reaction to heal the wound, that reaction will cause the area to swell by producing scar tissue.
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