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RE: 100 greatest new things that would make Arboriculture better

Subject: RE: 100 greatest new things that would make Arboriculture better
From: John Hearne
Date: Dec 19 2006 14:01:04

John Hearne
Tree Officer
New Forest National Park Authority
South Efford House
Milford Road
SO41 0JD
Telephone 01590 XXXXXX
Fax          01590 XXXXXX

A quick cheap simple way of stabilizing clay soils under foundations.
Perhaps a six foot syringe and bucket of chemicals. 

Polyamines are promising - they're found in disposable nappies. Now
there's a recycling project for someone.

I also read tree resins are being tested - that would be a neat

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