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RE: C. mac image

Subject: RE: C. mac image
From: willross583@xxxxxxxxxxx.com
Date: Aug 03 2021 14:35:12
Bill,
       Again I agree, when I was originally contacted by a Tree Surgeon and 
then the client I thought they were going to be a real mess but having looked 
at adjacent trees there was a bit about but I have seen worse and I'm not in 
favour of cutting stuff off unless absolutely necessary such as reduction of  
one or two extend laterals.

Thanks to all


Will

-----Original Message-----
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On Behalf Of Bill Kowalczyk
Sent: 03 August 2021 15:19
To: UK Tree Care <uktc@xxxxxx.tree-care.info>
Subject: Re: C. mac image

Hi Will

To answer your original question; No, I certainly haven't.

I've been around long enough to remember these things around here (also
Hampshire) being quite badly affected by S/c back in the 80's and perhaps 
early 90's but am inclined to the view that it isn't much of a problem 
anymore, much like the contagion of bleeding canker on Horse Chestnut that 
kind of cleared up of its own accord 15 or so years ago.

From your description I was expecting to see something much worse but, from 
your photo', I think I'd be inclined to leave them well alone...

Regards,
Bill



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