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    Can trees grow in null gravity

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    Seems so, see here...http://www.huffingtonpost.com/quora/can-you-grow-a-tree-in-ze_b_2960177.html

    no, it takes nutrients from it's root system so it would need to be able to be anchored to a base, if there was no gravity this would be impossible, would not be able to absorb enough moisture through it's leaves, good job really imagine a flaming huge oak tree flying round you head we would all end up mad!!

    Yes, b/c the soil is holding them down......if you anchor down the pot, and nail down a screen over the pot.



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