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Re: Thorn bush questions OT
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Thorn bush questions OT ()

William Duffield
I can't really help. My one attempt to remove one did not go well. Even after the tree died and fell over, just cleaning up the sticks and thorns was dangerous. The trunks did make some nice tool handles, but they had some voids that needed to be filled with epoxy. I have another one about 8 ft. tall and 2" girth It's growing where no one can accidentally walk into it. They don't call it "Flying Dragon" for nothing. The fruit is supposed to make excellent mojo criollo, even better than calamondin. I might have enough fruit on it this year to try it.

Good luck.

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