Poor Drainage killing Columaner Aspen - Knowledgebase Question

Edmonton, AB
Question by dbenvenuto
August 22, 2005
We planted four 12'-0


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Answer from NGA
August 22, 2005

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You might be able to install a drain pipe at the planting hole and running undergroun to a lower spot to remove the excess water, but in the long run you might be better served to replant with a tree that would be happy with that type of soil situation. Your local professional nursery staff should be able to help you analyse the site and explore your options.

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