Magnolia grandiflora, root structure, photo Thursday, March 16, 2006

Magnolia grandiflora, root structure, photo Thursday, March 16, 2006

Avicennia marina, Grey and White Mangroves...benefits of mangroves include:- fishery products of both estuarine and coastal fishes, crustaceans and molluscs; shoreline protection based on mangrove tree and root structures in reducing erosion, and providing stand protection from waves and water movement; nutrient uptake, fixation, trapping and turnover; carbon sink and sequestration; secondary production via grazing and decomposition of mangrove plants plus associated microbial and faunal…

Avicennia marina, Grey and White Mangroves...benefits of mangroves include:- fishery products of both estuarine and coastal fishes, crustaceans and molluscs; shoreline protection based on mangrove tree and root structures in reducing erosion, and providing stand protection from waves and water movement; nutrient uptake, fixation, trapping and turnover; carbon sink and sequestration; secondary production via grazing and decomposition of mangrove plants plus associated microbial and faunal…

How Green Walls Work Illustration by Jason Treat, National Geographic. Many living wall systems also have built-in irrigation systems in which water is harvested at the bottom of the wall and recirculated back to the top.The types of plants on green walls differ, but can include grasses, vines, and other climbing plants—all of which must have strong root structures, Green Roofs for Healthy Cities'.

How Green Walls Work Illustration by Jason Treat, National Geographic. Many living wall systems also have built-in irrigation systems in which water is harvested at the bottom of the wall and recirculated back to the top.The types of plants on green walls differ, but can include grasses, vines, and other climbing plants—all of which must have strong root structures, Green Roofs for Healthy Cities'.

Magnolia grandiflora, root structure, photo Thursday, March 16, 2006

Magnolia grandiflora, root structure, photo Thursday, March 16, 2006

nemfrog: “Primary root structure. Structure primaire de la racine. Bibliothèque Numérique de l'Université d'Artois, France. ”

nemfrog: “Primary root structure. Structure primaire de la racine. Bibliothèque Numérique de l'Université d'Artois, France. ”

Drill holes in the top of the stump; 3 in apart, 8+ in into the base. Pour 100% Epsom salt into the holes and add water to moisten.Use a mattock or grub hoe to uncover as much as the root structure as you can. Pour a thick layer of Epsom salt on all exposed roots to prevent to roots from carrying moisture and nutrients to the base of the tree. Reapply the Epsom salt every three weeks. Brittle, dark wood is dead; soft, light wood requires another application. Dead stumps will decompose…

Drill holes in the top of the stump; 3 in apart, 8+ in into the base. Pour 100% Epsom salt into the holes and add water to moisten.Use a mattock or grub hoe to uncover as much as the root structure as you can. Pour a thick layer of Epsom salt on all exposed roots to prevent to roots from carrying moisture and nutrients to the base of the tree. Reapply the Epsom salt every three weeks. Brittle, dark wood is dead; soft, light wood requires another application. Dead stumps will decompose…

Tree houses that use corkscrew-like ground anchors provide stability without damaging a tree's root structure.

Dieter Rams is the man!

Tree houses that use corkscrew-like ground anchors provide stability without damaging a tree's root structure.

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