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Re: Depth of lime tree roots

Re: Depth of lime tree roots
Posted by: roots (IP Logged)
Date: September 11, 2007 12:27


The roots will only be within the firt 6 - 26inches of the soil if you are worried about the roots causing damage you should consider a root barrier, the fact you mention a clay soil is a concern in trees and subsidence. If you can provide more info ie: how far the trees are from your house and any other general info i would be happy to advise..

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Chris Jackson

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|  Depth of lime tree roots John Norton 09/09/2007 08:52
||  Re: Depth of lime tree roots roots 11/09/2007 12:27
||  Re: Depth of lime tree roots chris 19/09/2007 07:59

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