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Re: 100 yr. old Oak Tree struck by lightning


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Posted by DeadCarp on June 12, 2003 at 21:13:28 from (216.189.131.209):

In Reply to: 100 yr. old Oak Tree struck by lightning posted by Imogene on June 12, 2003 at 16:29:18:

Depends on the extent of injury and the tree's ability to remedy itself. Trees get their moisture from the cambium layer under the bark so if that's not totally disrupted (ie: the tree's ringed) it has a chance. Kinda watch the sides of the wound and see how it's healing. Take pictures to refer to if you can. Have you tried an online search for similar problems?


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