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How do I know if my tree is going to fall over in the wind or in a storm part1 11-22-13

How do I know if my tree is going to fall over in the wind or in a storm part2 11-25-13

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One of the most common causes of trees coming down in storms and high winds is root-rot, heart (trunk)
rot or an associated fungal disease that is far progressed. Fungus is the primary cause of rot as fungus is
Mother Natures recycling agents when organisms such as trees have died or are in decline.
“Often there are above-ground signs of the progression of root rot. Below are photos of a root-system
compromised by root-rot and likely to come down in the next serious storm.”

Sometimes root or heart-rot is not as obvious

Sometimes root or heart-rot is not as obvious in cases where the majority of the damage is below ground level. However, there are other symptoms of the progression of fungal rot.

photos of fungal systems have begun recycling (rotting) your tree

Above, we see Ganoderma fungal bodies at the base of this tree, signifying that
this tree is in decline and the integrity of the tree has been compromised by the progression of

The fruiting bodies of the fungal system shown above were found in the grass near the base of the tree. knife blade points to the tiny fruiting bodies of the fungus tiny, black, fruiting bodies of fungus at work fungal bodies growing on an open wound in an Elm treelow crotch, which sustained an untreated wound, into which fungal spores landed and began their workThe problem with this tree is that, initially, root-rot began