Some trees actually possess the ability to germinate new saplings once the main trunk is cut or dies.
Not all trees regrow. Most conifers roots will die if cut down. Only trees with growth buds left on the stump will regrow.
Most trees will not continue to grow once it's been cut down. It will allow more light for saplings to grow and replace it though.
most plant roots grow down, not up!
If a plant has roots that are inside cracks inside a rock, the roots can force deeper into the rock as the roots and the plant continue to grow, splitting the rock apart over time. This can happen when trees grow near pavements (cracks in the tarmac).
to get soil
There are many stimuli that make a plant's stem system grow up and roots to grow down. The roots absorb water and will grow downward in order take water up into the plant.
The roots of a plant will always grow down. This is to help it find water. The stem grows upwards to find light.
When you cut the tree down the roots will live on and continue to support your slope. Slowly another tree will start to grow. However, if you kill the roots they will eventually rot out and your slope will lose it's support.
Aspen trees roots will grow to where the water is.
* Dig them out. * use roundup You cant use Round up if it has been cut down,
Yes. Poplar roots will sprout after the main tree is cut down.
Plants can grow long roots so that they can reach moisture and nutrients further down in the soil.
roots have more grip to hold on to the ground during storms..and roots soak water much more that leaves do..
In most cases yes. Although a few species of Orchids grow roots any which way and don't grow in soil. roots can sense gravity, take them into space and they grow every which way
Yes.In most plants there is a tiny calcuim sphere that rests on a ring of growth area and roots grow towards the side of the growth ring so as always to grow down.
Yes they do grow down, they can also create 'suckers' that are self rooting side plants
no they do not. They continue to grow and just below where the tree was cut off new growth appears. This is true unless the tree was poisoned or similar after being cut down
Roots grow at random; when they encounter water they continue to grow in that location, and when they fail to encounter water they will wither away and die.
helps the roots grow down and the stalk grow up
The phreatophyte is a plant that can grow by pulling its roots down to get water.
Not under normal conditions. Plants respond to gravity so that branches grow up against gravity and roots grow down with gravity. Once a plant reaches above ground it will grow towards the sun or another light source. So you could continue a plants growth upside down using light but a seed will always grow the right way up.