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} How to Plant Balled and Burlapped Trees. I would recommend complete removal of all burlap and caging wire when at all possible and removal of the maximum amount possible if total removal is not an option, which can be an issue with really large, heavy rootballs.

In those cases, the burlap should at least be removed from the top and sides of the rootball. May 02, Dig down around the tree. If the burlap is not decomposed I would dig up the tree and remove it. If you find a lot of new roots and it is growing through the burlap, you can decide to leave it.

Oct 17, Yep! Remove as much as possible. Once the tree is remove burlap from tree root ball safely in the hole, cut and remove the burlap from around the base of the trunk. Then, work your way down the root ball and remove as much burlap as you can.

Doing this can help reduce the chances of dehydration and girdling roots. That’s when the roots grow around the trunk or each other and limit the tree’s ability to.

Oct 21, The exception is removing some of the top of the root ball until the root flare is visible. The reasoning behind that is that the burlap bag is to help keep the root ball in place during sale and. May 31, Got a question for ya. When you're planting a balled and burlapped shrub or tree, do you remove or do anything to the burlap before planting it?

Comments 1 comment February 22, by John Deignan.

If you've always wondered about that, I have the answer once and for all from one of the most respected growers out there. In the past when I've planted shrubs that were ball and burlap, I've always been told by a well-known, popular nursery with many.

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