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Re: Tree condition and failure assessment study Freezing as a factor in susceptibility to wind breakage?

Subject: Re: Tree condition and failure assessment study Freezing as a factor in susceptibility to wind breakage?
From: Russ Carlson
Date: Jan 22 2022 07:54:23
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The death or damage to temperature sensitive trees is a whole different
problem from physical breakage, with different causes. Alpine and high
boreal species are especially adapted to the cold to prevent
crystallization of cellular fluids in cambium and sapwood.


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On 1/21/22 8:10 AM, Michael Richardson wrote:

  -30C currently and no trees falling apart.
  
  We will see the death of many tender species at these temperatures, or at
  least those parts exposed above the snow line.
  
  ,Michael Richardson B.Sc.F., BCMA
  Ontario MTCU Qualified Arborist
  Richardson Tree Care
  Richardsontreecare.ca
  613-475-2877
  800-769-9183



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