mature tree

mature tree

A tree having a trunk diameter greater than that specified in the applicable code.
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Because this is a mature tree, getting water to the roots is critical for uptake, and that means applying sufficient water to wet the top 24-36 inches of soil and allowing it to dry in between irrigations.
South American tree plantations that can produce a mature tree in 15 years will have an impact on the domestic supply and Canadians "are remarkably ignorant of global trends.
Each mature tree can remove roughly 11 kilograms (kg) of carbon dioxide a year.
One study estimates the value of mature trees by comparing the mean sales price of homes that had mature tree cover on their lots to the mean sales price of homes that did not have mature tree cover on their lots.
The report goes on to state that a mature tree in the developments boundary would need to be felled in future due to the close proximity to the apartments windows.
Councillor Iain Chubb added: "It is a despicable act of wilful damage by someone who clearly knew what it takes to kill a mature tree.
It seems strange that the residents of Linthorpe have rules imposed on them by living in a conservation area but when a council development is planned, the same stringent restrictions do not seem to apply to mature tree preservation.
Israel doesn't have a National Register of Big Trees, but it does have a Mature Tree Survey Project.
Find out how tall the mature tree will be and make sure it is positioned at least three quarters of this distance from the house.
This spreading post oak overlooks the Arkansas River and was a mature tree in 1836 when Creek Indians stopped here at the end of their forced removal on the Trail of Tears from ancestral homelands in Alabama.
One healthy mature tree destroyed during construction can cost thousands of dollars in reduced property value," said Wayne Bevis, president and CEO of Pella Corporation.