What can you do for girdling roots on a mature japanese maple tree

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Japan is a country that is strongly associated with maple trees. When fall comes around, the hills and mountains of Japan turn a bright red, yellow, and orange from the maple trees putting on their yearly show of colors. Images of maple trees growing in Japanese temple gardens and parks are iconic around the world. Maple trees have been a popular subject of Japanese art, poetry, and literature for thousands of years. Many classic Japanese works of art and poems are about the maple tree or the falling maple leaves. In Japan and abroad, the Japanese maple tree is viewed as a symbol elegance, beauty, and grace.
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The Japanese Maple: A Deciduous Tree Graft | Plant Propagation Reports

By dallasnews Administrator. I have a red Japanese maple that is planted too deep. It has lots of feeder roots near the soil surface. I disturbed the roots while removing soil from the root flare. Did I hurt the tree? How should I keep soil from washing back into the hole around the trunk? You have helped the tree.
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The Japanese Maple: A Deciduous Tree Graft

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Anthracnose is a very common disease that attacks a very wide range of plants and trees. When Spot Anthracnose initially emerges, small light brown spots of dead tissue emerge on the leaves and blossoms in the late spring and summer. The spots develop during the cool, wet humid spring weather. The disease is caused by a fungus that over-winters on the bark of the tree or on fallen leaves. In the spring, the fungus is spread by rain and wind, which transports the fungus to newly developing healthy leaves and blossoms.

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