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quote:Originally posted by VAlibrarianNeilep has a point. It is a common sense answer, not a technical tree expert answer, but a good one. We have had trees for many millions of years, and they have always been able to regulate their intake of water properly. What could have happened to change this? Is there evidence to support the theory? No, there is none I am aware of. But there is plenty of evidence that trees in certain areas such as Germany and the northeastern U.S. in high elevations are stressed from acid rain from coal fired electrical plants. Follow the evidence where it leads you- do not make up facts to fit a theory that you invent.chris wiegard
quote:Originally posted by chrispI'm afraid the trees are dying because of the use of so called mycoherbicides.These are fungal diseases concentrated then sprayed on to target plants.Unfortunately little is known about the diseasesused and at least one Phytophthora Palmivora hybridises to attack just about anything with bark.It has been used in a product called Devine,developed for use in citrus orchards.I have seen documents avilable on the web where Canadian scientists are developing (or have developed?)a fungal disease that will kill just about anything except conifers.Unbelievable eh? that educated people would even think of doing that.The anti-cocaine mycoherbicide used by the USA DEA in South America even seems to attack human skin.Here in the uk it's the same tress dying everywhere and scientists pretending not to notice.CP.
But there is plenty of evidence that trees in certain areas such as Germany and the northeastern U.S. in high elevations are stressed from acid rain from coal fired electrical plants. Follow the evidence where it leads you- do not make up facts to fit a theory that you invent.
The trees 0 degree of freedom therefore the TSP predicts close relationships between immediate neighbours ... Cutting a tree in the neighbourhood of another tree brings the general level of Happiness of tress down and therefore suicidal tendencies can increase...At all those locations I predict that there must have been massive tree cutting.Am I correct?