epicormic


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epicormic

(ˌɛpɪˈkɔːmɪk)
adj
(of a tree shoot or branch) growing from a dormant bud below the bark
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Lime Tree T3, crown reduce by no more than 1.5m, selective tipping back of elongated lateral branches on eastern side to rebalance and removal of fractured stubs & epicormic shoots from lower trunk (TPO works).
Vegetative propagation of mature dragon trees through epicormic shoots.
There are two types of imperfections that create weak unions: a branch union with included bark and an epicormic branch.
Controlled burns in prairies as a management technique does not appear to reduce Callery pear density and results in more shoots per individual root stock due to epicormic sprout production (Warrix 2016).
A reiterated trunk is a large, vertically oriented stem that has developed from an epicormic bud (a dormant bud below the bark) (Sillet 1999).
Defect class Description Defects Acceptable Low-risk and healthy Burls and lumps growing stock with relatively few Crooks and minor defects sweeps Expected to maintain/ Epicormic branching improve quality over Whiteface scars the rotation Unacceptable High risk and generally All of the above growing stock unhealthy with major All fungi and cankers defects Darkface scar (>900 [cm.sup.2]) Expected to decline and lose quality over Severe sugar maple the rotation borer wound Spiral seams and weeping seams Sweeps and leans >10 [degrees] Table 2.--Free-on-board mill gate prices used to calculate the value of firewood at the landing in the forest as well as sawmill residues and rough/green lumber at the sawmill.
Apical shoots from plants cultured in the greenhouse and cloned from epicormic shoots of 30-year-old teak trees from Cuba were cut off.