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An Idiot's guide to Ancient Woodland management

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1 hour ago, Silverhooker said:

Lordy you have been busy I did about 12 old syc stools this winter and it was hard work. Up side was good firewood for next winter. never mind 3 hectares ! 

You must be looking forward to spring for a rest ! 

12 old sycamore stools is nothing to be sniffed at. Good work!

 

Some guys and galls can keep up forestry cutting all year round. This would be totally beyond me. I don't know how they do it.

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Google search about ash dieback in woodland brought me here, and as someone who is not actively involved in woodlands other than a spot of volunteering here in Wiltshire I ended up reading and enjoying all 63 pages and having to sign up to the forum just to say thanks. 

 

Loved your clairvoyant comment at the top of page 51 on New Years Eve 2019 about viruses...

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1 hour ago, marktownend said:

Google search about ash dieback in woodland brought me here, and as someone who is not actively involved in woodlands other than a spot of volunteering here in Wiltshire I ended up reading and enjoying all 63 pages and having to sign up to the forum just to say thanks. 

 

Loved your clairvoyant comment at the top of page 51 on New Years Eve 2019 about viruses...

Blimey Mark, that's some staying power you have.

 

Glad you enjoyed the read.

 

Really appreciate you making the effort to get in touch. Your post made my day in fact.

 

This forum is a great source of tree knowledge. Just ignore the Scots!😄

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3 minutes ago, the village idiot said:

Oops!😁

I wish you wouldn't quote him, I've had him on ignore for years...

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1 hour ago, the village idiot said:

Blimey Mark, that's some staying power you have.

I did split it over several sessions over a couple of days.

Glad to be able to make your day!

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