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Re: Moving a Silver Birch

Re: Moving a Silver Birch
Posted by: roots (IP Logged)
Date: September 11, 2007 12:19


yes it is possible, you need to take care though as they dont like being moved, you need to take a large rootball to keep as many roots intact as possible... We have over 200 birches in our field age range between 1 and 8 years that were rescued from a wood that was being felled. They looked a bit rough for a couple of years but are cracking now, we did have some die but 98% lived..

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|  Moving a Silver Birch Alfie 09/09/2007 09:40
||  Re: Moving a Silver Birch tahir 10/09/2007 14:25
||  Re: Moving a Silver Birch roots 11/09/2007 12:19

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