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How does fire damage affect tree growth?
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Asked in Home & Garden, Farm Crops
How does temperature affect the growth and production of tree crops?
Asked in Homeowner's Insurance
Does mobile home insurance cover damage caused by a tree?
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Trees
When is the best time of year to prune a tree infected with fire blight?
Will Indian mahogany tree roots affect the nearest wall?
Asked in Trees, Chipmunks and Squirrels, Tree Care
How does the bark of a tree get food material to survive?
Bark is inactive in a tree but is constantly replaced by the active growth of the vascular cambium- which is just below the bark. Bark is basically a tree's skin on its branches and trunk. Just like damage to skin however, damage to bark (by mowers, scratching, pests, disease) can be very bad for the tree as damage to the vascular cambium could happen.
How can you identify the age of a tree once its cut down?
When a tree is cut down, if you cut the tree horizontally, than you will be able to see the growth rings. Every growth ring relates to one year of life for the tree. From the growth rings, you can also determine what kind of weather and conditions the tree had undergone. When the growth rings are very thin, than there were times of little to no rain (drought). When the rings are thick, then there was a good rain-season and the tree was able to grow a lot. Not only that, but when the rings are not round, but rather crooked, than that means that the tree suffered some kind of damage. It could be poisoning, it could've been hit with something, or maybe the tree was poisoned. There's a lot you can tell about a trees life from looking at the growth rings!
Asked in Trees
What represents one year of growth on a tree ring?
Asked in World of Warcraft
What is the best spec for a shaman in pve?
This depends on what you want to do. If you want to heal, then go restoration, that is the healing tree. If you want to sit back and hurl lighting and fire, go elemental, which is the ranged damage tree. If you want to get in close and do physical damage, then go enhancement, that is the melee tree. Those are the three specs to a shaman.
Asked in Trees, Apples, Citrus Fruit
Do you need to strike your tree to stimulate fruit growth?
Asked in Trees
How old is a tree if the cross section has 12 tree rings?
Asked in Shrub Fertilizer, Tree Fertilizer
How do vinegar and water affect the growth of the Chile tree?
Improved growth is the way in which vinegar and water affect the Chile tree (Araucaria araucaria). Specifically, the Chile tree prefers acidic soils. Vinegar may help lower a pH that is in the middle, neutral range on the 1-14 scale of soil pHs. Water increases soil moisture levels and the ease with which the tree's roots take in necessary nutrients.
How does a tornado affect the environment?
In the state of AZ can your neighbor's tree be liable for damage of your sewer?
Asked in Koalas
How does koala on a eucalyptus tree affect the oxygen?