Another tree story I want to share. Growing up in Cucamonga, CA, yes there is such a place, we had two pine trees in the front yard and various fruit trees in the back. Each year we would get Santa Ana Winds that would blow up to 70+ mph. The trees would get buffeted by these winds. One year in the middle of the night during one of these wind storms there was a loud crash. The pine tree that was in the very most front part of the yard blew down. It nearly missed the garage. What was amazing is that the root was sticking up out of the ground and was as tall as the tree. Pine trees have a shallow root system because of the rocky soil on the mountain tops. Because of this they need support from the other trees to help fight the wind and are not meant to take it all alone like my dad had planted it. The fruit trees, on the other hand, have roots that grow down deep to get the water needed to produce fruited. Tree roots grow down and out the same size of the tree.
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