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20 hours ago, AHPP said:

Have you got a more credible source?

Seems credible to me .  Its everywhere ......

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25 minutes ago, EdwardC said:

What's not credible about Forest Research.

The .gov in the URL.

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As Dan Maynard said last year was a very heavy mast year which was, i thought, in part due to the stress of chalara, we’ve just started felling 400 or so road and right of way side near Norwich, none had seed on when I priced the job earlier in the year

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