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Old 10-03-2012, 06:01 PM
jbell36 jbell36 is offline
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yeah i would say more along the lines of inevitable in most situations, and how would u deal with it...in this case it looks like it could have been avoided, the lateral was simply too close to the root zone, prob 4-5 feet away from the base, with a good 15 feet away from the house, more than enough room to have avoided this...but there are those situations where it happens...i noticed a way i could have used 4 el's and gone over the roots at a 45 degree angle, but would that be a good way to fix this situation? keep in mind this was a cluster of roots

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