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14/6/2011

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tree roots


11 Jul 2003 The root system of trees is the key to their survival. At construction sites, protecting tree roots is the most important step to keep your Tree roots anchor the tree in the soil, keeping it straight and stable, and absorb water from the soil. Tree roots also take nutrients and chemicals out of 27 Mar 2006 Although trees do send some roots down deep for moisture and stability, most tree roots tend to grow much more shallowly than most people The root system of a tree performs many vital functions. In winter, it is a store-house for essential food reserves needed by the tree to produce spring Some roots can grow as deep as the tree is high. The majority of roots on most Tree roots normally grow outward to about three times the branch spread.
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