Do focus take to hard root work, for correcting

Little stub

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Can the large roots of a tiger bark focus roots be hard pruned. Leaving few outwood roots.
 

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Please share some pictures. In general under good growing conditions thick ficus branches can root on their own, so I would not be too concerned. But please show what you mean to be sure
 

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In the heat of summer, remove anchor roots of Ficus in favor of leaving as many hairy feeder roots as possible.
 

sorce

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The only thing needs correcting is your phone/computer's brain.

Mine is too stupid to figure of from of. See that was if. But it knows ficus.

Yeah pics!

There is probably other more effective methods to "fox" it.

Dumb phone likes nature too!

My Nazi Communist Russian neighbor opened my house door and yelled about my chickens in their yard, (found they were sneaking under the gate...)
I felt like telling em it's not my chickens that's the problem, it's their lack of foxes.

Sorce
 

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A photo to show your tree's health would offer a lot to the thread. A healthy ficus verses a weak unhealthy ficus. You would get two different answers.
 

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