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- Thu Sep 15, 2016 5:17 am
- Forum: Ontario
- Topic: Impressively Stout Rock Elm (Ulmus thomasii) at Cavan
- Replies: 15
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Rock elms are great trees, there are lots in middle Tn where I grew up, and I've had one as a bonsai for 25 years now.
- Wed Apr 27, 2016 9:11 pm
- Forum: South Carolina
- Topic: Tamassee Knob and Station Cove remeasurements, SC
- Replies: 13
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Damn, Jess. That is quite the site, I hope to see it someday!
- Fri Feb 26, 2016 1:41 pm
- Forum: North Carolina
- Topic: Cove Creek, Bradley falls, Polk Co., NC
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They're more worried about big chunks of ice falling off of the cliffs as they thaw and dropping at random times. There were some pretty damn big sheets on the cliffs when we were there last week. If you're on the hickory nut falls trail you're right under those.
- Tue Feb 23, 2016 2:41 pm
- Forum: Invasive Species and Tree Diseases
- Topic: Invasive versus Native Question
- Replies: 32
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Funny enough I was just reading again about the chestnuts, because I'm pretty excited by the prospect. From the SUNY-ESF site : The blight resistant American chestnut trees are undergoing extensive field trials and ecological studies to ensure there are no non-target effects or harmful changes to th...
While I can't speak for arborists, but I suspect if there are any professional fallers in our group, there were a number of unsafe practices employed. That said, they combined simultaneous sawing and wedging in an effective manner. Humility is a hard lesson to learn in all cultures... -Don Yes, tha...
Next time I'm in Nashville I'll remeasure some of the ones in my old neighborhood; I think there are five over five feet dbh on my old block, though one is dead and still standing (I don't know why they haven't cut it down yet, but whatever)