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Relation of Water and Trees

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BSB Water conservation education online: water is taken by tree roots, transported up the trunk to produce oxygen and sugar, water is transpired by the lower site of the tree leaves

Trees use water - humans use water

NO, trees do not use a lot of water! Presentation about water usage of humans, plants, trees, power plants information slide 1

Texas cedar, better called junipers have a shallow root system, they have needles instead of leaves, junipers are no water suckers, don't need a lot of water. Lecture about water usage of humans, plants, trees, power plants information slide two 2

lecture about water usage of humans, plants, trees, power plants information slide three 3

a human needs 5 gallons, a power plant 2 million gallons of water a day. Lecture about water usage of humans, plants, trees, power plants information slide four 4
Imagine, how many humans have a scarce water supply, because
power plants waste so much water!
Running an air conditioning unit cost not only electricity
but also a lot of water!

Do humans need trees? Do trees need humans? Presentation about water usage of humans, plants, trees, power plants information slide five 5

junipers and cedar fever are Nature's reply to man's destructive and wasteful exploitation. Lecture about water usage of humans, plants, trees, power plants information slide six 6

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