Saturday, January 9, 2010

Arlah for a transplanted or re-grown tree


We have said that benefit from the fruit of a tree's first three years is prohibited. If a person transplants a tree, the three-year count re-starts.

If a tree is chopped down, but some piece of the trunk remains above the ground and the tree re-grows from that spot, the three-year count does not re-start.

(Code of Jewish Law Yoreh Deah 294:16, 18)

Have a great day,

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