Eucalyptus only absorbs the quantity of water needed for its growth rate. However, it doesn’t always need to absorb water, thanks to its water management efficiency. With neither long nor deep roots, the tree can regulate transpiration through its leaves, retaining excess water to use during dry periods. Moreover, Eucalyptus water use is within the same consumption range as other tree species.
“IT’S A TREE WITH A VERY EFFICIENT USE OF WATER.”