Trees at the Municipal

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Thursday, March 25, 2021, 10:25 (48 days ago) @ Keytime

I do not disagree with your view but now that the damage has been done, lets see what they can do to improve it. Squawking on this chat room did not stop or even slow down the changes being made. I do applauded you on your efforts to bring to the forefront the activities taking place, not to mention giving us the information so we can express our views to the proper authorities.

Bottom line is, I think they will water the trees.

I used to plant palm trees for a living. I doubt many of the palms they planted will survive. The "balls" were cut too small and not properly cared for. When planted they were just stuck in the ground and the dirt/sand packed in with no fertilizer. And they were not "hose-plunged" to remove air pockets, meaning what meager roots they have will likely suffer some fatal rotting. Another problem is the rainy season starts in less than 3 months, and a good storm will likely blow many of the palm trees over since they are not tied down with stakes as they should've been and they will have insufficient root growth to support themselves in a strong wind. The last time palm trees were planted in the zócalo was 2012. I believe there were 6 of them, if I recall correctly. Every single one of them died. Quite embarrassing.

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