Did you know that aspen tree painting is not a healthy practice? Given the large number of copies dyed in different colors. It is important to publicize the negative effects of this activity that puts the health of the plants at risk. Today in we’ll talk about trees damaged by paintings. Surely on some occasion, walking through our city or town, we have ever seen a tree or group of trees with their trunks painted. Usually white (although they can be painted any other color). It is an increasingly common practice that can respond to a number of reasons. One of the reasons for painting the white trunks is to protect the plant from the pests of insects. Or bacteria that could affect them. It is assumed that the paint adds a toxic layer to the trunk that is able to protect the tree from external agents.
It is why it is so common to see tree trunks paint white in cities and especially in some parks. Other reasons why the trunks of trees are usually paint is as an indicative sign. For example to show directions or even circulation signs (why not use a traffic signal directly and that’s it?). Or even as mere decorative element. Many times the trees of the parks become authentic murals where the “artists” are show in all their splendor. These are, in principle, the most common reasons why trees are usually paint. Surely in all these cases there is a good underlying intention when aspen tree painting. However, sometimes the intentions are not what they tell and the opposite effect is achieve. In the case of painting the trunks of the trees, what problems can you create?
In the first place, it is obvious to point out that when applying paint, lime or any other substance to the trunk we are applying an artificial chemical product on surface of aspen tree painting. Sensation for this living being would be the same as if we cover the whole body of paint. Obviously, this would not affect the skin in the same way that the tree affects the trunk. It would also affect us when we breathe. And in that tree is not different from us either. Surely you would not like to have to live smeared with paint; well to tree either. On the other hand, this painting that is use in the trunks of the trees is melting little by little by the effect of rainwater, causing the paint to fall from the trunk to the roots, modifying the properties of the soil surrounding the tree.