Q.What Are The Prospects Of Continuing Growth Of Pinus Caribea Trees After Continuously Tapping Sap From Them For Three Years?
These trees are in a planted forest originally intended to produce timber upon maturity. I am hesitant to agree to proposals for commercially tapping sap from them for fear that they may eventually dry out.
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Typically, tapping a tree for sap won't harm it, if it is done correctly. This can be safe to continue as long as this is done by professionals.