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RE: Staining/Exudent on ash

Subject: RE: Staining/Exudent on ash
From: Rupert Baker
Date: Sep 29 2020 11:17:44
Hi will, I've seen evidence of 2ndry fungi after Chalara symptoms start to 
show;  as you say that sort of staining could be one or the other; though I'm 
not sure how prone to any of the Phytophthoras Ash are.. were there any 
infected larch, or Beech/Rhodo ponticum around in the past?  - I'm thinking P 
ramorum which can affect various spp if the spore load is high enough

Atb Rupert

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Subject: RE: Staining/Exudent on ash

John,
         There was a discussion about dieback a while back and there was a a 
short hand ADD floating about, did give it a hug while measuring the Dia, got 
some happy vibes 

will

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ADD ... Attention Deficit Disorder??  Maybe that's why it's looking ill, just 
needs a hug!? ;o)

Kind regards,
John
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-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:uktc-request@xxxxxx.tree-care.info] On Behalf Of 
willross583@xxxxxxxxxxx.com
Sent: 29 September 2020 11:07
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: Staining/Exudent on ash

All,

      Quick one, have an Ash with symptoms of ADD in a POS, small patch of 
dark Exudent, my thoughts turn to either HF or possibly Phytophthora, bark 
hasn't begun to lift , tried to send image but couldn't .

Any thoughts? I would rather try and keep tree as its of high amenity value, 
at the moment its only shedding large twigs and targets can be controlled by 
fencing and client is willing to pay for remedial work and minor reduction of 
extended laterals over parking space, as usual limited thought in 
construction design

 

Will




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