Trees have immeasurable societal benefits. They provide wood, absorb carbon dioxide, and shelter animals and insects, but also provide shade and space for people to relax.

Although forests have been studied and observed for millennia, there are still many open questions to their growth and health. One of them is understanding the way  consume resources. While tree  (computer models) that simulate branch competition for resources exist, root modeling and interaction with nutrients is still lacking.

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