Every day, there are millions of lightning strikes all over the world. That’s millions of bolts hitting water, the ground and yes – even trees. But what if by some bad luck – lightning hits one of your trees? How bad will the damage be? Can your tree recover? That’s what we’re here to discuss today. Here’s what to do, what to expect and what can be done if your tree ever gets hit by lightning.
At one point or another – most people decide to do some sort of outdoor project that involves a tree. Maybe it’s a tree house for the kids, a birdhouse for the wild life or a hammock for the adults. Whatever that project might be, it’s going to need to be fastened to a tree and you’re going to have to use nails or something else in order to do it.
But what impact does this have on the tree? Is it harmful? Is it potentially dangerous? That’s what we’re here to discuss today. Here’s everything you need to know about using nails and staples on your trees. Let’s jump right in.
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