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Re: Mystery tree

Subject: Re: Mystery tree
From: Jerry Ross
Date: Jan 12 2021 12:17:01
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Here's a list of the Podocarp collection at are Caerhays (which is in relatively balmy Cornwall) https://is.gd/FOOoWV


On 12/01/2021 12:01, Michael Richardson wrote:

IF it is a Podocarp I am impressed, what species might survive and grow in
Britain?  P. nubigenus certainly but others?

Michael Richardson B.Sc.F., BCMA
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On Tue, Jan 12, 2021 at 6:25 AM Jerry Ross <trees@xxxxxxxxxx.co.uk> wrote:

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Could it be a podocarp?



On 12/01/2021 11:10, "theapsy@xxxxxx.com" (theapsy@xxxxxx.com) wrote:
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FLAC. The Seminar, 2021. 2 days, 8 lectures, 11 hours world-class CPD
-Philosophy of tree risk assessment. -Practical hazard identification
-Trees & decay fungi: a new approach. -THREATS
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-Tree morphology & retrenchment pruning. -RAVEN
13-14 May, Forest of Arden Marriott; 20-21 May, Dundee Uni Botanics
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Morning all,
Does anyone recognise this tree?
Hopefully this link will work:
https://1drv.ms/u/s!ArAhElrlvb3ZhvcZ6RjTJvUqlnHgtg?e=nbKcdW


It looked like quite a vigorous tree and reminded me of a cross between
an Oak and a Sea Buckthorn?
Cheers

Trevor Heaps BSc(Hons), MICFor, M.Arbor.A
Chartered Arboriculturist

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12 Plover DriveMilford on SeaHampshireSO421 0XF
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Website: http://www.trevorheaps.co.uk





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