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How Do You Dig A Hole In A Tree?

Modern methods require that you dig a much wider hole – two to five times as wide as the root ball and even wider on sites with very poor, compacted soil. The hole sides should be slanted and the hole should be no deeper than the root ball is tall, so it can be placed directly on undisturbed soil

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