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Budburst is a term used in botany to describe the phenomenon of new leaves emerging on a plant at the start of each growing season. Budburst is influenced by various environmental factors, such as temperature, day length, and soil moisture. Budburst is an important indicator of plant health and phenology, which is the study of how plants respond to seasonal changes. Budburst can also have ecological and economic implications, as it affects the interactions between plants and other organisms, such as pollinators, herbivores, and pathogens.

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