I discovered the trunk of my weeping Japanese Maple tree is split from the weight of the snow from last winter. The tree is about 4 years old and still fairly small (about 3 1/2 feet tall). Is taping the trunk an option? With a good feeding, is it possible to save the tree, or should this be considered a total loss?

The taping of the trunk could be a temporary solution until a permanent structural support system could be installed. Your local arborist representative will be glad to come out and give you a free quote.

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