There is no way to accurately measure this since it is dependent on so many variables. These include the species of tree, the size and age of the tree, the time of year, the soil, microbes in the soil. the trees root system, etc. However, scientists have discovered that only about 2 percent of the water a tree absorbs is used by the tree for growth and photosynthesis. The rest is released from the tree in an action known as transpiration.
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