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First-Aid Care for Bonsai

 

Keeping your bonsai healthy in the face of

threats from pests, diseases, wear and tear,

and other destructive forces

 

The Hare-Yama Bonsai First-Aid Kits

First-Aid Kit

The Hare-Yama Bonsai First-Aid Kits are supplied in two grades, the Okyu Teate Zairyoisshiki Isha Tokyu and Okyu Teate Zairyoisshiki Kangofu Tokyu. They cater for all the bonsai health-threats that in our experience are the ones usually encountered, and which pose the main threats to the well being of bonsai. They take the guesswork out of bonsai health-care, and provide all the necessary treatments in convenient "bonsai" sized proportions. The instruction book is a comprehensive health-care guide which gives detailed help on diagnosing and treating all manner of bonsai problems.

 

The Okyu Teate Zairyoisshiki Kangofu Tokyu

 

This (nurse grade) kit is intended for the bonsai owner who needs to deal with the everyday problems likely to upset a bonsai's well being. It provides the necessary guidance and preparations for

Disease control

Pest control

Dealing with trauma (dehydration, plant blown from container etc)

General maintenance

 

The Okyu Teate Zairyoisshiki Isha Tokyu

 

This (doctor grade) kit is intended for the bonsai grower who plans to do advanced tasks like repairing physical damage to bonsai, structural work like making jin, and growing seeds and cuttings. It provides the necessary guidance and preparations for

Disease control

Pest control

Dealing with trauma (dehydration, plant blown from container etc)

General maintenance and the preparations necessary to assist with

Advance maintenance

Propagating plants

Treating bonsai injuries

"Operating" on bonsai (jin, shari etc)

What the kits cover (some items not covered by the Okyu Teate Zairyoisshiki Kangofu Tokyu)

Pest Control. Information and preparations for identifying and controlling:

Scale, Aphids, Mealy Bug, Australian Bug, Woolly Aphids, Ants, Eelworm, Earthworms, White Fly, Beetles, Caterpillars, Millipedes, Slugs, Snails and other Large Pests, Stalk Borer, Red Spider and other less common unwelcome visitors.

Disease Control. Information and preparations for diagnosing and treating:

Mildews, Powdery Mildew, Downy Mildew, Black Spot, Leaf Curl, Leaf Rot etc, Root Rot and other less common ailments.

Dealing with Trauma:

Such as Dehydration and Dislodged Bonsai

Maintenance

Sterilising Tools, Treating Exposed Wood, Treating Jin and Shari, Interim Soil Conditioning, Weed Control - for Difficult to Remove Weeds, Potting, Treating Container Surfaces and other routine tasks.

Propagation

Sowing Seeds, Rooting Cuttings, Feeding Developing Plants

Injury

Sterilising Tools, Making Jin or Shari, or Removing Large Branches, Die Back, Encouraging Healing of Wounds, Repairing Fractured Limbs

Finishing Touches

to complete your bonsai design

Tables

Diagnostic Table

Quick Reference Table

and other useful cross reference tables.

 

 

 

 

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Last updated 2013-02-06 22:45