TauntonBlizzard2013 Posted July 9, 2022 Share Posted July 9, 2022 2 hours ago, dendrite said: Is that facing the southwest quadrant? Did it start in the spring? If so it looks like southwest injury. I’d let it callous and heal on its own. Painting the bark white before winter helps that. Basically the juices get flowing on the S-W side during sunny, warm stretches in late winter and then harder freezes start to split it. The white paint reflects the sun. I think you may have nailed the issue. The spot I sent in the pic is dead southwest and so is the older spot I just noticed. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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