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Grayswood Ghost Bark

Grayswood Ghost Bark
Posted by: Dave Hills (IP Logged)
Date: October 02, 2007 19:16

I have a Greyswood Ghost - Betula utilis jacquemontii, on my property which is accesible to the general public, unfortunately children have completely stripped the papery silver bark and the underlying creamy bark from part of the trunk.

The wood underneath is very dark brown and has started to crack, is there any treatment that I can use to prevent the wood from rotting or becoming diseased?

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|  Grayswood Ghost Bark Dave Hills 02/10/2007 19:16
||  Re: Grayswood Ghost Bark chris 03/10/2007 14:11

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