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1. encircling roots at or below the surface of the ground that tend to strangle the plant.<br><br>
 
1. encircling roots at or below the surface of the ground that tend to strangle the plant.<br><br>
 
http://www.vanbooventree.com/O.P._customer_girdling_root_on_Sugar_Maple_partially_removedweb_page.jpg<br><br> This root is girdling tree.<br>
 
http://www.vanbooventree.com/O.P._customer_girdling_root_on_Sugar_Maple_partially_removedweb_page.jpg<br><br> This root is girdling tree.<br>
Source: http://www.vanbooventree.com/
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Source: http://www.vanbooventree.com/<br><br>

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1. encircling roots at or below the surface of the ground that tend to strangle the plant.

O.P._customer_girdling_root_on_Sugar_Maple_partially_removedweb_page.jpg

This root is girdling tree.
Source: http://www.vanbooventree.com/