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 Shari - (Procedure)

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bonsai_nejikan_01.jpg   image SHARI -

A shari is an area of DEADWOOD which extends down the trunk of a tree.

It is created by tearing away BARK from a JIN and continuing this down the trunk. The area is then treated with LIME SULPHUR to whiten and preserve the deadwood which has been exposed.

See also  - NEJIKAN.

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