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RE: Robinia roots

Subject: RE: Robinia roots
From: Pedro Álvaro
Date: Jul 12 2019 13:23:53
One way is to use "Picture manager", that comes with pack Office:

1. Resize a picture using Microsoft Picture Manager
2. Select/highlight the picture you want to reduce the size of. Right-click 
on it and copy the picture Go to the folder containing the picture you want 
to resize
3. Right-click anywhere in the folder and select ‘paste’ to paste the copy of 
the picture
4. Select the copy of your picture By right-clicking on it, select ’Open 
with’ and click on ‘Microsoft Picture Manager’
5. Click on ‘Edit Pictures…’
6. Click on ‘Resize’
7. Select the new size you want the copy of your picture to be Click on OK
8. Save your copy. You might want to rename it (e.g. IMG_1736 _small)

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De: uktc-request@xxxxxx.tree-care.info 
[mailto:uktc-request@xxxxxx.tree-care.info] En nombre de John Hearne
Enviado el: viernes, 12 de julio de 2019 15:02
Para: UK Tree Care
Asunto: Re: Robinia roots

This is where my age hinders me....I have to try to work out how to reduce
photo file size.


On Fri, Jul 12, 2019 at 2:00 PM <pedro@xxxxxxxxxxxx.com> wrote:

Picture


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On 12 de jul. 2019 14:54, Jerry Ross <trees@xxxxxxxxxx.co.uk> wrote:

Photo??



On 12/07/2019 12:51, John Hearne wrote:
Esteemed collective,

I've had to look at a Robinia that is disrupting some brick pavioured
surfacing causing a trip hazard. The pattern of disruption showed two
roots
were causing minor lifting of bricks over lengths of about 4-5m.

But there were occasional bricks lifted significantly higher and upon
removing these bricks there was, in each case, the underlying circa 3cm
diameter root with a circa 5cm diameter swelling on top - for all the
world
reminiscent of an emerging pneumatophore.

I would expect, if anything, maybe flattening in regions of contact with
the paving. But waht are these structures? Sucker initials? ENORMOUS
N-fixing nodules?

I am going to suggest chiselling them off to bet the bricks back flat -
but
thought I ought to know what they were?

Help appreciated.

John





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