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Re: RPA of Yew 19m high

Re: RPA of Yew 19m high
Posted by: chris (IP Logged)
Date: September 07, 2007 12:30

1) The RPA for multistemmed trees is based on the area of a circle with a radius 10 times the diameter of the tree at ground level. In trees diameter is usually measured using a diameter tape, which effectively measures the circumfrence and divides by pi.

2) This question is getting too site specific. There may be many other things on site that affect the shape of RPAs. You really need to get a competent arboriculturist in to assess the site and advise you.

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Advice offered in this forum is of a general nature only. It is by its nature not based on any site investigation and should not be relied upon. Neither the forum administrator nor any contributor will be held liable for damages occurring as a result of relying on advice given here. You should contact a competent arboriculturist for a more detailed answer.