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Question of the Week – Saucer or Japanese Magnolia

Posted by romeethredge on February 27, 2014

Last week I had a photo of the imported, early blooming Saucer Magnolia aka Japanese or Chinese magnolia. It blooms very early and then is a pretty much non descript small tree the rest of the year.

Here’s another couple of photos of it that I took last week.

 

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This week I want to ask you a planting equipment question. What is the purpose of the circular coulters in front here and why are they to one side?

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One Response to “Question of the Week – Saucer or Japanese Magnolia”

  1. Steve said

    For fertilizer placement to the side and below the seed

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