What are pine tree roots?

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Pine tree roots can be some of the most extensive root systems for plants. Pine tree roots extend horizontally into the ground.This system roots helps anchor the tree and help the tree to collect water. These roots may cause issues later on if they continue to extend and the roots begin to disrupt other flora in the area. The roots of this tree may need to be cut back. It is important to do this carefully as to not disrupt the root system that the tree needs at the surface.
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Pine Tree
Kingdom: Plantae Division: Pinophyta Class: Pinophyta Order: Pinales Family: Pinaceae Genus: Pinus
There are about 35 species of pine tree found throughout North America, particularly in the northern areas. In addition, a number of foreign trees, such as Scots pine and Austrian pine, have been introduced... More »
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