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RE: Sudden death of Cedar

Subject: RE: Sudden death of Cedar
From: Addison, Gilbert
Date: Jun 13 2006 11:27:20
A big cedar plus ivy would take a lot of atrazine/simizine w.h.y. I
agree with Ed that you should look for signs of "interference". Are
there any drains likely to channel nasties into the root zone? Any sign
of Armillaria under the bark although that would be very rapid progress?

 
Gilbert Addison
Tree and Countryside Officer
Breckland Council
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-----Original Message-----
From: Edmund Hopkins [mailto:Edmund.Hopkins@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk] 
Sent: 13 June 2006 12:06
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: Re: Sudden death of Cedar

Is it the sort of tree that might constrain a development opportunity?

Quoting Robert Yates <robert.rgs@xxxxxxx.net>:

Dear All

Anyone got any ideas why a 'very' mature Cedar of Lebanon should die
within one month (April/May this year). It was apparently fine before,
and there is no history of abiotic influences. It's in a sheltered
location as well.
One interesting fact though - Ivy, which had been severed, and was
re-growing at the base of the tree, also died at the same time.

Any thoughts

Robert Yates @RGS



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