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  1. #21
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    Keith,
    I've seen that site too.
    They used those in Auburn, Alabama when putting trees out on the street-sides. From all accounts, they work great. But can't afford them now. But man, that would be a great boon to what I want to do.

    Waya
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    Keith,
    I've seen that site too.
    They used those in Auburn, Alabama when putting trees out on the street-sides. From all accounts, they work great. But can't afford them now. But man, that would be a great boon to what I want to do.


    Sundance Bruce,
    These are all less than 2 feet tall yet, some with lower branches some without. Shall I cut my pipe 12 inches or so?
    Waya
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    Cut it as tall as you can without interfering with any branches.

    I use a table saw to rip the pipe all the way up one side to ease putting it on.

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    I normally leave the pipe on until the tree trunk literally outgrows it. I've had deer rub the bark of some of my fruit trees that were as big as 4" in diameter. Once the trunk starts to spread the pipe open at the slit, I remove the pipe and use it on another small tree.
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    carbide
    R U A caver?

    Waya
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    Waya
    No, why do you ask?
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    We use carbide lamps. I know other hobbies and industries use it as well, but that is always the first thing to come to mind when I hear the word.

    Waya
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