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Abiotic Problems - Root Morphology and Conflict Stresses

Along with poorly drained soil and planting depth problems, abnormal root morphology is one of the most frequent abiotic causes of evergreen tree stress and/or death.

girdling roots
Japanese red pine: girdling roots
stem girdling roots
embedded and girdling roots
stem girdling roots

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