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Picea proclivity

Posted by wisconsitom 4/5 WI (My Page) on
Sun, May 13, 12 at 23:05

What with our early spring this year, and despite later coldness, the genus Picea seems to be headed for a banner growth year around here this year. Especially abies, but all species really, have burst forth with new growth both earlier and more luxuriantly than I think is usual. We've had some timely soaking rains too, and that always seems to push things along, but that happens most springs. I am speculating about the reason, but these trees look especially happy so far this year.


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I've recently been thinking this year is going to be ideal for llamas growth spurts.


RE: Picea proclivity

I'm seeing that down here too, +om. Great, healthy looking new growth.


RE: Picea proclivity

Maybe the best I've ever knowingly seen. Especially on the Norways, but then, they're especially vigorous anyway.


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