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Post  jolz on Thu Oct 06, 2011 6:07 am

Sorry gents, the post was edited to avoid problem later or the swarm of bonsai hunters. The location of the area was hidden due to the advise of my close bonsai friend. We were not allowed to dig Bantigue anymore here in the Philippines unless the DENR gave permission for researched purposes. Traveling with these trees in possession carries grave penalties or worse imprisonment. Anyway, the pics are just for viewing and for all to see that we here in our country cares for our environment no matter whether you are a bonsaist or not.
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Post  Yobobs on Thu Oct 06, 2011 7:26 am

Even here in Davao (Samal) the tree is almost depleted T_T. So lucky of you to experience and saw something abundant like that.

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Post  Mark> on Thu Oct 06, 2011 8:15 am

Yobobs wrote:Even here in Davao (Samal) the tree is almost depleted T_T. So lucky of you to experience and saw something abundant like that.

I heard Pemphis acidula is now endagered.. even my regular source of bonsai materials is no longer active in hunting for bantigue.

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Post  john5555leonard on Thu Oct 06, 2011 9:24 am

hi jolz, thats my idea of heaven, . regards john


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Post  Rob Kempinski on Thu Oct 06, 2011 12:57 pm

Thanks for posting the images of the tree in its environment.

It had to happen sooner or later - digging old trees out the ground without replacement will eventually deplete the resource - the more people venerate yamadori the quicker it will happen. And with human nature being the way it is unethical collectors would rip everything out of the ground in no time. Sad that the government has to step in - sigh.

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Post  Guest on Thu Oct 06, 2011 1:40 pm

Rob Kempinski wrote:Thanks for posting the images of the tree in its environment.

It had to happen sooner or later - digging old trees out the ground without replacement will eventually deplete the resource - the more people venerate yamadori the quicker it will happen. And with human nature being the way it is unethical collectors would rip everything out of the ground in no time. Sad that the government has to step in - sigh.

Yup!
Let's use what we got... Philippine Bonsai society I heard got a good program of re planting Phempis acidula in some natural habitat, I wonder how it goes.
Sorry Jolz.

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jun Crying or Very sad

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Post  fiona on Thu Oct 06, 2011 4:47 pm

It is good that Jolz has self-edited his posts. Thank you, Jolz.

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Post  Guest on Fri Oct 07, 2011 12:34 am

Sounds much better Jolz. Many Thanks!!!

Now the trees look even more lovelier.
Keep the location secret.

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Post  jolz on Fri Oct 07, 2011 3:36 am

fiona wrote:It is good that Jolz has self-edited his posts. Thank you, Jolz.

Fiona,
I was a bit bothered by my conscience after I posted this article. I know that Bonsai hunters here in the Philippines just reap anything without sowing replacement trees. Actually it's Ka Pabling who advised me to either delete or edit the post which I agreed is the right thing to do.
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Post  jolz on Fri Oct 07, 2011 3:40 am

jun wrote:Sounds much better Jolz. Many Thanks!!!

Now the trees look even more lovelier.
Keep the location secret.

regards,
jun Smile

Count on me Jun, I'll keep the location secret. BTW, I have spared a drift wood Aroma for you, I'll be bringing it once I visit Ka Pabling's place maybe next week.
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Jolz

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Post  newzealandteatree on Fri Oct 07, 2011 3:46 am

Jolz, thanks for posting. I am so glad that the authorities have decided to protect this naturally growing trees. Money can be printed as American and European Central banks are doing by the $trillions, but nature once destroyed cannot be replicated.
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