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Re: Guidance on Hedge Translocation

Subject: Re: Guidance on Hedge Translocation
From: Andersonarb
Date: Aug 02 2006 10:59:54
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In a message dated 02/08/2006 10:47:58 GMT Standard Time,  
steve.chamberlain@xxxxxxxxx.com.au writes:

as it  saves everyone all 
that running around and expense involved in trying to  recreate the 
exact  balance of limiting factors that evolution has  been doing for the 
past few million years.



A Devon 'hedge bank' probably hasn't been evolving for more than a few  
decades or perhaps a couple of centuries. The pragmatist within me would  
probably 
go so far as to attempt to re-use the materials and soil but otherwise  rely 
on the undisturbed part of the hedge to recolonise the relocated part.  
(Assuming my perception of this job is reasonable of course)
 
Bill.


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