Subject: Fact or fiction, do Coastal Redwoods absorb water through their needles ?
Date: Wed Jul 21 19:38:37 1999
Posted by Daniel Tambasco
Grade level: nonaligned
School: No school entered.
City: Andover State/Province: MA
Area of science: Botany
A friend tells me I can't grow redwoods in the greater Boston
area, because water can't reach the heights that redwoods
attain. And that they need that "San Francisco" fog to cover the
tops of the trees where the water is absorbed. And can I graft
decidous-tree roots, with hairs, to increase water absorption?
Re: Fact or fiction, do Coastal Redwoods absorb water through their needles ?
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