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Ganoderma on beech advice and possible Picus

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Anyone with a Picus near Kent who could test this beech please?

 

Also any thoughts on management? It's by a road but a lot of the roots are still intact. Conveniently you can see most of them!

 

There's 2 brackets, both quite large now. Have been monitoring for several years but this year they have really grown!

 

Tia

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