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Re: hollows in oak tree forks trapping water

Re: hollows in oak tree forks trapping water
Posted by: Dave (IP Logged)
Date: May 25, 2007 12:36


No,
received wisdom is to leave hollows and such "pockets" alone.
Don't drain, excavate or otherwise interfere with them. Occasionally such forks can become structurally unsound, but usually thiose that are shaped to collect water actually turn out to be mechanically very strong.

Dave

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