What is the difference between a pine growing in the dunes and a pine growing in a swamp?

Based on the structure and nature of the soil, the structure of the pine root system is transformed. There are four main types:
Powerful, consisting of a strong, well-developed taproot with a couple of lateral roots. This system is typical for well-drained soil. For example, sand dunes.
Powerful, with a weakly expressed core, but with developed lateral roots growing parallel to the earth’s surface (noteworthy for dry soil types with groundwater at great depths).
Weak root system of short branching processes. This is the root typical of pine in swampy areas.
A shallow but dense root system is typical in hard soils.

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