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what is the root system of mountain ash trees

I have a mountain ash tree in my yard I would like to know what the root system looks like? Please advise,thank you.
asked Jun 28, 2013 by anonymous






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A mountain ash tree has a root system that is deep and extensive, it is not advisable to move one unless it is considered to be absolutely necessary, as the move may actually kill the tree.
answered Jul 11 by Birdymckee (16,060 points)

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