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Re: Semi-mature planting

Subject: Re: Semi-mature planting
From: Edmund Hopkins
Date: Dec 21 2006 08:16:26
Make sure the surroundings are tree friendly for when roots leave the pit.
And I wouldn't bother too much with details of maintenance, just make them
hand over a tree in year 3 that is growing away with appropriate vigour.

Quoting "Leonard,Ian" <ILeonard@xxxxxxxx.gov.uk>:

 
Aside from BS 4043, can anyone provide me with info relating to the prep,
planting and aftercare of semi-matures trees. We have received details
relating to the proposed planting of a 11m tall False Acacia in a very
prominent location within the borough and I want assurances that it will
succeed / flourish after planting. Anything specific to look out for as
part of this operation ?

Many thanks
Ian Leonard  



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