Planting A Tree Wrapped In Burlap - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by f628c428
April 7, 2002
I am planting a crabapple tree wrapped in burlap. Do I leave the burlap?


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Answer from NGA
April 7, 2002

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It would be best for your new tree if you removed the burlap, and any ties or twine around the rootmass and trunk. Be sure to dig a hole large enough for the roots to spread out comfortably. Don't plant too deeply - keep the finished soil grade at the same level on the trunk as the tree was originally planted. After planting, water well to help the soil settle in and eliminate any air pockets around the roots. Following these guidelines will assure your new tree becomes established in its new site as quickly as possible, thus reducing transplanting stress. Enjoy your new crabapple!

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