# Drip line definition

Drip line means an area encircling the base of a tree, the minimum extent of which is delineated by a vertical line extending from the outer limit of a tree's branch tips down to the ground.
Drip line of a tree means an imaginary line on the ground created by the vertical projections of the foliage at its circumference.
Drip line means the circle that can be drawn on the ground below a tree, directly under its outermost branch tips.

## Examples of Drip line in a sentence

• The Tree Protection Zone for trees designated to be preserved will be established by one of the following methods:● One (1) foot radius from truck per inch DBH● Drip line of the Tree Canopy.

• The Tree Protection Zone for trees designated to be preserved will be established by one of the following methods: ● One (1) foot radius from truck per inch DBH ● Drip line of the Tree Canopy.

• The Tree Protection Zone for trees designated to be preserved will be established by one of the following methods:- One (1) foot radius from trunk per inch DBH- Drip line of the Tree Canopy.

• The Tree Protection Zone for trees designated to be preserved will be established by one of the following methods:- One (1) foot radius from truck per inch DBH- Drip line of the Tree Canopy.

• The Tree Protection Zone for trees designated to be preserved will be established by one of the following methods: - One (1) foot radius from truck per inch DBH - Drip line of the Tree Canopy.

## More Definitions of Drip line

Drip line means the area within three feet surrounding the perimeter of a building.
Drip line means an area encircling the base of a tree, the minimum extent of which is
Drip line means a vertical line running through the outermost portion of the crown (i.e., the outer branch tips) of a tree and extending to the ground.
Drip line means the vertical projection of the outermost edge of a tree's canopy;
Drip line means a circle drawn on the ground around a tree directly under the tips of the outermost branches of the canopy of the tree;
Drip line means an imaginary line running directly beneath the outermost branches of the trees forming the perimeter of the woodlands.
Drip line means a circle on the ground around the trunk of a tree, the radius of which is the distance between the outermost twigs of the tree and the centre point of the trunk, or its vertical extension.