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Re: Tree condition and assessment study UK Wye Valley FOREST OF DEAN 2022 01 14 Proactive Management

Subject: Re: Tree condition and assessment study UK Wye Valley FOREST OF DEAN 2022 01 14 Proactive Management
From: Bill Kowalczyk
Date: Jan 15 2022 14:39:16
Dunno about that particular site Wayne,

But the same is going on around here.  Ash trees are amongst the most
common native hedgerow/woodland trees alongside roads, certainly in
southern England where I live.  Locally a large private estate did
something very similar after a few years of piecemeal management of
Ash dieback it was determined that it was now so ubiquitous that it
was more cost effective to close the road and fell the lot.

Regards,

Bill

On 1/15/22, Wayne Tyson <wt750mv@xxxxxx.com> wrote:
Does anyone know more about this project? Is the article correct in its
details?

https://www.theforestreview.co.uk/article.cfm?id=118342&headline=Diseased%20trees%20set%20for%20chop%20%20before%20they%20fall%20down&sectionIs=news&searchyear=2022




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