VIDEO: BREAKTHROUGH: Climate Extremes Cause STUCKNESS in Trees' Inner Functionality
The trees explained to me one of the reasons why they are not doing well at this forest preserve in New Jersey.
It's tied to the climate changes that cause FOOD to the STUCK in their systems in autumn, rather than move to storage or growing point development in leaf-buds or roots. The food isn't just "blocked" as can happen in circulation. The food is STUCK and can't move because circulation stopped moving.
So climate change alters the trees' rhythm, causes this "stuckness" so food doesn't move properly, then parts are not developed for a quick "pop" in spring. All this stresses trees further.