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Re: Reactions to Applications for Felling Decaying Trees

Subject: Re: Reactions to Applications for Felling Decaying Trees
From: Paul Hawksford
Date: Mar 28 2004 18:06:02
If you've an enormous Beech with YOUNG fruiting bodies of Ganoderma adspersum
on one side only, say the side facing the target, (DMP may reveal limited 
decay
at present) and given that the tree leans over a busy duel carrigeway, do you
give consent to fell? My experience is that this thing ain't gonna get better
and pruning will compound the problem - so, a matter of time before failure!
But it's your time to decide whether now or later and later may be too late if
you know what I mean?

Would you consent to fell it??

Paul H.


        
        
                
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