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Why is having a branch-less lower trunk on a plant good?
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Is a tree trunk a plant?
A tree trunk is part of a plant. It is not a (whole) plant on its own. Much in the same way a leg is not a human, but part of a human. The trunk has specific functions which, together with other parts of the plant, help it to survive. Examples of trunk functions are providing support for the plant and, in many types of plants, the trunk is used to store food produced by the leaves.
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What is a basal flare on a tree?
Your tree has roots. You plant the roots. They are at the bottom of the trunk. There is a place on the tree trunk where the roots leave the tree trunk. Above that point, the trunk begins getting smaller until it gets to the same size as the rest of the trunk. The basal flare is the part of the trunk where the trunk starts getting larger just before the roots start leaving the tree. If you can not see the basal flare when you plant the tree, you planted it too deep and you killed the tree.
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