Pinus mugo transplanting.

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Pinus mugo transplanting.

Post  Hombre on Mon Jun 04, 2012 3:12 pm

Hello ,,,,,,,,,
I would like to ask you about transplanting a pinus mugo (nursery material), I read in several sources that the best time for transplanting this species is mid-summer, consider the extremely hot climate of my country i wonder perhaps transplantation had to be moved a few months ahead, in early autumn;

Thanks in advance
Best regards Lazaros.

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Re: Pinus mugo transplanting.

Post  wmb13 on Mon Jun 04, 2012 3:37 pm

I know I am in a very different location then you but I re-pot my mugos here in the late summer. Usually the end of August, it's still warm but the extreme heat waves have passed for the year. I have done three mugos this way over the last few years and all have responded well.

Good Luck Smile

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Re: Pinus mugo transplanting.

Post  lordy on Mon Jun 04, 2012 5:19 pm

I apologize for this intrusion, but what about lifting one that has been in the ground for several years? Preferred time for this?
Thank you

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