UKTC Archive

Re: BCMA

Subject: Re: BCMA
From: Andersonarb
Date: Aug 18 2006 18:10:38
 
In a message dated 18/08/2006 11:55:58 GMT Standard Time, dscottcul@xxxx.net  
writes:

And I  think Dave is right.  Tree skills are tree skills.  But there will  
always be differences in standard practices, health and safety and so  forth. 


Yeah that's what I meant. It's often struck me that some things just don't  
translate into American. It's partly cultural; There's so much space over 
there,  Yanks just can't perceive our 'compact' life styles. Look at the size 
of 
our  cars and theirs. Just look at the size of those Bandit chippers; you're 
not 
 going to tow one of those behind a Ford Transit. Yep those Bandits are 
tougher  than a battleship and weigh about the same.
 
Er Glyn, for once I passed something. But what are cankerworms? and what  
are;     Abamectin  Fenoxycarb  Spinosad   
Thiabendazole. Apparently one of them might be used for  treatment of said 
problem.
 
I mean how often do we use such things and as for  injecting trees well it'd 
be a new one on me.
 
I'm not saying we couldn't learn but they're hardly  standard practices over 
here.
 
Yeah the climbing skills definitely would transfer but  some of it would take 
time.
 
Bill.



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