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bleeding canker of horse chestnuts

bleeding canker of horse chestnuts
Posted by: rob longley (IP Logged)
Date: October 18, 2007 14:07


Good afternoon,

I am studying the effects of bleeding canker in a bid to work out the management techniques to control the disease. could anyone and everyone please give me their own management techniques. ie are they felled , when are they felled or are they pruned to remove the effected parts. if you are a tree officer, could you let me know which district and approximately how many were felled?

kind regards
rob

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|  bleeding canker of horse chestnuts rob longley 18/10/2007 14:07
||  Re: bleeding canker of horse chestnuts chris 23/10/2007 11:35

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