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Chips in trees

Subject: Chips in trees
From: RICKARDS456
Date: Jun 03 2006 20:30:06
Hello Pedro
I have chipped many a tree when we set up a system.
I personally would not bother with them as they are time consuming to  
install and are fairly expensive.
The system we use now is just as good and no chipping is needed but we use  
it in streets where trees are easily identified by addresses.
The chip system can be useful if the tree being in  question is not easily 
identifiable by its location( for example if it cant  be linked to an 
address) .
They could be useful in parks and open spaces where it could be difficult  to 
identify a tree by location alone but in my opinion are not  needed for stre
et trees.  
I have hesitated to name brand names but please e mail direct if you want  
more info.
Regards
Rick
 

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