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Bleeding in a tree is a phenomenon that occurs when sap oozes out of a wound or crack in the bark. This can be caused by various factors, such as fungal infections, insect damage, mechanical injuries, or environmental stress. Bleeding can indicate a serious problem for the tree, as it may lose vital nutrients and water, and become more vulnerable to diseases and pests. Bleeding can also affect the appearance and quality of the wood, especially in timber trees. Therefore, it is important to identify the cause of bleeding and treat it accordingly.

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