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The amount of water needed by a tree is dependent upon
a. air movement and light intensity
b. air temperature and humidity
c. the species and size
D. All of the above
After serious root injury, a tree should be
wisely watered to compensate for reduced absorption capacity.
Total rainfall, along with its annual distribution, light and temperature taken as a whole are called
A TRUE statement about irrigating with high pressure soil injection is
the soil may be saturated and its structure destoyed
Drip irrigation systems are MOST effective in areas
in which trees are spread far apart.
Which of the following statements concerning irrigation is TRUE?
Infrequent irrigation encourages soil shrinkage, swelling , and improved soil structure.
MOST water and essential elements are absorbed into the tree through the
ends of the root and mychorrhizae.