Answer to Question #149375 in Biology for Luis

Question #149375
Hi, I worked as a carpenter for many years. I remember wood from the mountain sometimes was almost like cork in quality. We were told the wood might came from trees planted near the water to which their roots resisted somehow the wet environment but their wood was affected anyway. The wood had no signs of diseases, but was more soft and sometimes hard to work with. I'm talking of mahogany, cedar and pine. Does water the cause of such bad quality of wood? what happen to the wood of a tree planted near the water rather than in the middle of the mountain with good drainage? Any other reasons for tree wood ending softer and with abnormal color, almost no odor in cedar wood, out of being too much water on the ground?

Thanks for your answer in advance.
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