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AbstractAs long term investments, trees are expected to provide benefits for extended periods of time, usually decades. Trees planted in locations where they cannot survive or where they create problems rarely stay in place for any length of time. Trees experiencing shortened lives waste money, create hazards, and fail to perform their intended horticultural function. The bulletin highlights the importance of selecting a tree right for the location in which it will be planted. Key suggestions for making sound horticultural decisions along with ten examples of trees planted in locations where problems can far outweigh the benefits are presented.
Series/Report no.University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Service and Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin AZ1674-2015
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