Environmental factors – if it’s a good season, and there’s plenty of rain, a tree will grow more that season. Some trees can actually get damaged if weather is too cold in the winter (winter injury), which causes the tissues of the tree to get damaged, making the tree vulnerable to fungal infection. Other factors are soil nutrients. If there is a lot of organic material that dies and decomposes into the soil near the tree, then it gives nourishment to the tree, and will cause it to grow more that season.
Another factor may be which animals live around the area the tree will be located. Any animal inhabiting the tree will have some form of impact on its developments whether that is a positive or a negative.
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