# Is it possible to fight tree height limit with centrifugal force?

I heard tree has some height limit because water cannot be pumped over some height (130m if I remember it right) which cap the limit of tallest tree possible on earth

But there are centrifugal force at equator. So if we could bring a tree to very high altitude is it possible that that tree will continue to grow because water could still pumped up?

• Is there a purpose to this question? Is there a need to grow trees more than 130m tall? To me this seems to be idle speculation. – sammy gerbil Apr 26 '16 at 1:45

At the equator the effect on the local value of $g$ due to the rotation of the Earth and the non-spherical shape is only a few parts in a thousand.