How to Make a Christmas Tree Last Longer?

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Dissolve one cup of sugar in a gallon of boiled water.  Then make a cut, about a half-inch, in the base of the tree's trunk.  After setting the tree in a sturdy stand, pour in the sugary water after it has cooled.
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A solution of lemon juice or vinegar, sugar and a little bleach may help a Christmas tree last longer. The acid aids water flow and absorption and the sugar provides energy. Bleach prevents the growth of bacteria and mold.
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To make a christmas tree last longer try adding sugar to the tree water. sugar will provide extra vitamins to the tree. It can extend the life of a tree for up to 2 weeks.
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To make a christmas tree last longer try adding sugar to the tree water. sugar will provide extra vitamins to the tree. It can extend the life of a tree for up ...
To make a christmas tree last longer try adding sugar to the tree water. sugar will provide extra vitamins to the tree. It can extend the life of a tree for up ...
To make a christmas tree last longer try adding sugar to the tree water. sugar will provide extra vitamins to the tree. It can extend the life of a tree for up ...
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