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Re: Chestnut Tree - Do I need a specialist?

Re: Chestnut Tree - Do I need a specialist?
Posted by: chris (IP Logged)
Date: June 30, 2017 16:52


It's always best to get in a specialist when you loose a large branch from a tree. Even if there is no underlying problem, the change may unbalance the tree and you may need to do some work to correct that. You can use the Find an Arborist page to look for one.

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