Difference between revisions of "Suckers"

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http://www.michigan.gov/images/mda_Ash_root_sprouts_and_galleriesJPG_35437_7.jpg<br><br> Infested Emerald Ash Tree Showing Root and Stem Suckers Below.<br> Source: http://www.michigan.gov/

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1. many stems arising from the base of a tree or shrub and gradually spreading the diameter of its basal (base) area.

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mda_Ash_root_sprouts_and_galleriesJPG_35437_7.jpg

Infested Emerald Ash Tree Showing Root and Stem Suckers Below.
Source: http://www.michigan.gov/