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Great day today. Spring warmth finally here.
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Retrenchment pruning on a very old veteran Oak tree today. The tree has been compromised by decaying fungi which has caused a significant cavity at the Base of the tree. Careful monitoring and periodic pruning can help trees with certain defects and increase their useful life expectancy.
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Check put this video of myself and +L&M Tree Services Ltd​services​​ removing this large Cedar. We hope you enjoy, please share. #rigging #speedline #tree #removal

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Hi there, I have this problem with my beech hedge that was planted this year. We watered them in well and fed them with bonemeal. From a lovely thick bush which is what they were when they arrived they became sickly, sparse and with every leaf spotted like this: http://www.tree-guide.com/beech-browning-of-leaves
Any comments or advice helpful.

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I am new to planting, growing and caring for trees.  I recently had a red maple sprout and I am interested in how often new seedlings should be watered.  Any ideas?

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Hi,

I have trees that may have some kind of disease but I am not sure what it is and how to treat them.

Any advice will be highly appreciated.

J Tsaur
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Hello I´d like to ask you for help with my master degree thesis. I tried so much but I am still not able to find out what caused diseases on pictures of Ulmus minor and Ulmus laevis. I studied trees in park of chateau Veltrusy , Czech republic. Pictures 1b and 4a show first disease (I think it was caused by some type of insect because it look like insect mines with necrosis around) and picture 5a shows second disease (maybe some type of funghi). Any type of help would be very useful for me.
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Hi,
We have a Plane Tree (Platanus Orientalis) which is developing some kind of disease on its leaves. The leaves are becoming  clubbed at the fringes. I am attaching some photos. Will appreciate if someone can advise/help on what this is and how to treat it.
We have another healthy plant (same Plane Tree) in 4meters distance from it. Worried if this is contagious. Thanks for any help.
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