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This pin oak is not diseased. It is a beautiful tree that I don't want to lose. I just want to know the chances of survival if these roots are cut off during driveway repaving. Mary Ann
Mary Ann, i love trees but you need to give it a bit of intensive care. Make sure the roots are not weeping to hard and give it some yummy food. A bit of well rotten compost or farm manure and plenty of water through the warmer months. It should survive with plenty of T.L.C.
Posted on Apr 23, 2017
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