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RobArb 22-02-12 11:41 AM

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Originally Posted by hamadryad (Post 630966)
I will leave that dilema to those responsible for the tree! but we all know whats going to happen the second I make the call, sadly.

Ok, :biggrin:, if it was YOUR tree, in this location and you where responsible for it, what would YOU do?:biggrin:

Sent from Rob's GalaxySII

Tony Croft aka hamadryad 22-02-12 12:00 PM

Re: The Ganoderma thread!
 
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Originally Posted by RobArb (Post 631007)
Ok, :biggrin:, if it was YOUR tree, in this location and you where responsible for it, what would YOU do?:biggrin:

Sent from Rob's GalaxySII

fell it:001_smile:

RobRainford 22-02-12 02:37 PM

Re: The Ganoderma thread!
 
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Originally Posted by hamadryad (Post 631019)
fell it:001_smile:

i was thinking that

but i wouldnt go that far, id turn the stem into a carving!

Paul Barton 24-02-12 11:59 AM

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I came across this useful paper about Ganoderma during a search - looks like a good read with some helpful tips on differentiating between the various species.

It is only limited to the invasion of London Plane though...

andrew t 04-06-12 10:51 PM

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A few pics for you tony its the oak we looked at in great baddow with Ganoderma resinacea well here it is with brackets:thumbup1:

andrew t 04-06-12 11:06 PM

Re: The Ganoderma thread!
 
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Originally Posted by andrew t (Post 688854)
A few pics for you tony its the oak we looked at in great baddow with Ganoderma resinacea well here it is with brackets:thumbup1:

Sorry computer died post tomorrow :confused1:

Tony Croft aka hamadryad 05-06-12 12:04 AM

Re: The Ganoderma thread!
 
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Originally Posted by Paul Barton (Post 632240)
I came across this useful paper about Ganoderma during a search - looks like a good read with some helpful tips on differentiating between the various species.

It is only limited to the invasion of London Plane though...

thanks Paul, was posted early on though:001_rolleyes:

andrew t 05-06-12 09:49 AM

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pics from yesterday :001_smile:

David Humphries 05-06-12 10:02 AM

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Originally Posted by andrew t (Post 688947)
pics from yesterday :001_smile:

Is the host Q. robur Andrew ?




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andrew t 05-06-12 10:34 AM

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Originally Posted by David Humphries (Post 688949)
Is the host Q. robur Andrew ?




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Yes QR .Its right next to a road and has still got a nice crown on it good height and spread i will visit this one again in september this year and see what s going on with it .I was so happy to spot it i leaped over the wire fence i think my mate got a bit stuck LOL . From what i have read in books and threads on here it is quite a nasty one but on larger trees not as bad this is just what i have read i only will be taking what i can from books now and will let mother nature show me whats really going on by getting out there in the field .So many factors :thumbup1:


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