why do trees drip water from leaves when it hasn't rained?

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I am not trying to be cute here. Go to the spot of the crime. (Or is it the crime of the spot?) Get several leaves from the tree. Check out the bark. You should be able to ID the tree on Google. Oak is a possibility. JayR

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There is more than one flavor of maple tree.

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Answered: Leaves turn during rainfall

Hello The water is flowing through the veins of the tree. it also completes the cycle of photosynthesis. So the chloroplasts. Which if you can remember back to high school look like tiny opened mouths are able to breathe with the water going into them and there color shows the brightest ...

Answered: How can sewer water drainage be higher than water usage?

If you drink something other than tap water, like juice, soda or bottled water, the water content will be in your sewage. Also the water content of fruits and vegetables, such as watermelon.

Answered: I've noticed an Orange stain where my water drips into my bathroom sink

Since it is orange, my thought is rust from old pipes.
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What could be the cause of holes in leaf buds of peach trees? Any info

Certain insects could be the reason for the holes. You might try spraying with a natural insect killer. Go to your local gardening store (or a Home Depot) and speak with an employee in the gardening department. Good luck.

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