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Re: {SPAM?}RE: Ben's Red Oak photo 1

Subject: Re: {SPAM?}RE: Ben's Red Oak photo 1
From: Wayne Tyson
Date: Dec 19 2018 10:45:48
The photographs are not coming through for some reason.

Wayne

On Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 1:21 AM AV Arboriculture <info@xxxxxxx.co.uk> wrote:

Very intriguing!  But from the two similar photos of the tree, I can't see
any difference in the branch locations at the stem.  Is it not the case
that the outer parts of the branches have started to move into the space?
I can't imagine how a branch-stem union could actually move.

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Mike Charkow
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Brewster, Ian" <Ian.Brewster@xxxxxxx.co.uk>
To: "uktc" <uktc@xxxxxx.tree-care.info>
Sent: Tuesday, 18 December, 2018 20:59:28
Subject: Re: {SPAM?}RE: Ben's Red Oak photo 1

Sorry to interject again but with this being a recently observable
phenomenon has got me thinking about SBD and potential for weakness of
lateral branches to occir in branches prone to reorientation. Suggesting
whether adaptive growth and/or reaction wood cause progressive movement; If
a branch is subjected to a force at its junction with its parent stem
containing dysfunctional static mass, could this reorientation cause micro
fractures of less  flexible tissues allowing the outer skin to phototrope.
With that in mind, its exposure, lateral & weighty branch is tbis now that
recipe for failure in later years..

Ian

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Sorry to interject again but with this being a recently observable
phenomenon has got me thinking about SBD and potential for weakness of
lateral branches to occir in branches prone to reorientation. Suggesting
whether adaptive growth and/or reaction wood cause progressive movement; If
a branch is subjected to a force at its junction with its parent stem
containing dysfunctional static mass, could this reorientation cause micro
fractures of less  flexible tissues allowing the outer skin to phototrope.
With that in mind, its exposure, lateral & weighty branch is tbis now that
recipe for failure in later years..

Ian

Sent from Samsung Mobile on O2
NPS




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