Providing the correct amount of water for the Christmas treeis crucial to making it look healthy during the holiday season. A lot of water prevents needles from falling off the branches and prevents the tree from turning brown.
It is also important that your tree is well watered to avoid fire. A dry tree is extremely flammable. Between 2011 and 2015, there were an average of 200 house fires in the United States, each time triggered by Christmas trees.
Now that you know how important casting is, here are some tips.
Start with the Tree Pile
Most tree trunks cut off the end of the tree trunk. However, if they are not offered, ask them to cut off about 2.5 cm before departure.
After cutting down From the roots, the cut closes on the tree trunk and prevents it from absorbing water. A fresh cut makes it easier for the tree to drink water when you bring it home.
Get the Right Stance
Then choose a base that can hold one gallon of water per inch of stem diameter Department of Entomology at Penn State. Typically, a stand holding about one gallon of water at a time will be plentiful.
Next, make sure to pad the base every day . No limitation with this rule. Trees need a lot of water.
Also avoid adding additives to the water. They do not help, no matter what the label says. Like you, your tree needs fresh water.
If you follow these tips, your tree should last for about four weeks.
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