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On 30/05/2021 at 17:47, topchippyles said:

Why not a Japanese Forum ? 

I don't think many people got your japanese maple joke there 😂😂 back on track, I wouldn't worry about the mulch, the tree can breathe through it but don't stack it up against the main trunk. That soil looks very wet, could have a fungal issue that's worked it's way into the tree through that crack. Jap maples are sensitive though, too wet, too dry, too cold, too hot, too much sun, too much shade and they throw a hissy fit. They're like the millennial tree, never really happy

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