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Post  Pavel Slovák on Mon Aug 08, 2011 9:39 pm

Hi Jun

Very nice work. Congratulations. ThumbsUp
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Post  Guest on Mon Aug 08, 2011 11:10 pm

AlainK,

thanks!

regards,
jun Smile



Pavel,

thanks!

regards,
jun Smile




S,

Thanks!
the hut is actually at the back. and it is fairly safe now under the "cliff" too,,,no landslide so far ever since the the last farmer died underneath it. Razz

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Post  Ka Pabling on Tue Aug 09, 2011 12:15 am

Hi Jun,
From beer to tuba!, we really have many things in common, can you bring some? I know your Quezon tuba is the best.
I am also worried with that inverted tapper mountain on yours, I will not drink tuba with you in that hut. Its hazardous to health.Regards,ka pabling

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Post  Guest on Tue Aug 09, 2011 1:41 am

Ryan wrote:Very nice Jun. I'm curious as to how you tend to the tree after something like this, seeing the tree was in full leaf. Do Chinese Elms in the Philippines even lose their leaves??

Hi Ryan.
My apology for the late reply. I missed your question.
Anyway, the tree in this position will be watered regularly just like any other trees in the pot but the watering should be focused on the base of the tree. I provided a separate hole at the back of the rock for watering and fertilizer,,,some sort of feeding hole.
the elm here doesn't lose their leaves naturally, and it create so much stress for the tree. So the solution is to totally defoliate the tree at least ones in a year.
or when the leaves shows some stress.




Another one of my elm, (photo before this year's defoliation,) living a healthy life.







This one after defoliation...



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Post  Guest on Tue Aug 09, 2011 1:47 am

Ka Pabling wrote:Hi Jun,
From beer to tuba!, we really have many things in common, can you bring some? I know your Quezon tuba is the best.
I am also worried with that inverted tapper mountain on yours, I will not drink tuba with you in that hut. Its hazardous to health.Regards,ka pabling

Ok Mang Pabling, next time I visit you.
Smile drunken drunken
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