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Seasonal care for trees & shrubs: Staking or guying

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Staking and guying of trees is rarely needed and is only necessary when the tree will not stand up on its own.  These practices may be necessary for 1-3 years while roots are growing and beginning to stabilize the tree.  Check attachment points on the stem every 3 to 6 months, loosen if necessary and remove within one year of placement.

For more information : Staking and Guying Trees: Best Materials and Techniques

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Authored by Rebecca Koetter, Gary R. Johnson, and Dave Hanson: University of Minnesota
Funded in part by USDA Forest Service: Northeastern Area
Chart designed by Andrew Rose: www.handeye.us

Download & print your own poster or magnet copy of the “Seasonal Care for Trees and Shrubs in Northern U.S. Climates”

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Rebecca Koetter