When does too much water cause trees to die from drought?

When does too much water cause trees to die from drought?

When does too much water cause trees to die

Trees, like every organism, need to breathe. Fifty percent of the volume of normal undisturbed soil is made up of air spaces where tree roots live and breathe. If those air spaces fill up with water, drowning the roots, tree tops can wilt from, believe it or not, lack of water.

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When does too much water cause trees to die from drought?
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