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Reply #101: As I said, this *ISN'T* the same situation as when the tree originally grew. [View All]

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Tesha Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Oct-25-11 07:10 AM
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101. As I said, this *ISN'T* the same situation as when the tree originally grew.
Edited on Tue Oct-25-11 07:11 AM by Tesha
It still has the same root volume as it had several
days ago; it needn't grow that again but can instead
use that enormous resource of root surface area and
stored energy to re-grow the top growth.

But it doesn't really matter to me: if you and/or the OP
want to wallow in misery and moan about what has hap-
pened rather than plan for the future, more power to you;
it's a very DU thing to do! Of course I don't support what
happened! Should the OP sue or seek other recourse?
Yes, of course, if only to teach the power company not
to do this again to the OP or anyone else.

But one can either move forward as best as one can or
one can stay stuck in place. I prefer moving forward and
I *KNOW* through lots of personal experience that deciduous
trees and shrubs are capable of amazing things.

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