Shu Swamp Preserve, Nassau County

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Re: Shu Swamp Preserve, Nassau County

Post by dbhguru » Sat Aug 27, 2016 3:40 pm

Erik,

Your reports on Shu Swamp are very valuable. I get the idea from the data you've presented that the RHI for Shu is under 120, but probably not by much. Do you have a good take on the RHI for that site?

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Re: Shu Swamp Preserve, Nassau County

Post by Erik Danielsen » Sat Aug 27, 2016 3:54 pm

Bob, I do think it's realistic to suspect the Shu Swamp RHI to come in at less than 120. Red Oak is likely the only non-tulip species to break 120 there. The Tulips are top notch but growth is only a bit above average for the rest. Welwyn Preserve is likely to put up the highest RHI for Long Island from what I've seen. Inwood is still tops for SE NY.

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