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38 minutes ago, Mick Dempsey said:

Tbh, I just say that there’s no point using it cos it’ll be a pita painting cuts, I suspect a view shared by many.

 That big cedar you posted, mazegill, big laterals removed, huge pruning wounds at the trunk, if they'd painted the fresh cuts....

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9 minutes ago, tree-fancier123 said:

 That big cedar you posted, mazegill, big laterals removed, huge pruning wounds at the trunk, if they'd painted the fresh cuts....

I’m not arguing, the painting cuts thing is not a hill I’m willing to die on!

 

But it is coming down next week! (Pictures will go up in the work pics thread) grab lorry man estimates 40 plus tonnes of  wood, never mind the chips.

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1 hour ago, Mick Dempsey said:

I’m not arguing, the painting cuts thing is not a hill I’m willing to die on!

 

But it is coming down next week! (Pictures will go up in the work pics thread) grab lorry man estimates 40 plus tonnes of  wood, never mind the chips.

Lucky you, I'd love to drop that.  Fully insured

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4 hours ago, Gary Prentice said:

Arbrex was crap to use thirty years, has something changed?

Room for improvement in the sealing pruning wounds methodology. I appreciate there will always be snap outs during storms that will also be an entry for spores

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