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David Humphries

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1 hour ago, AJStrees said:

Hi David, Interesting to see.

 

At the time before felling was there any specific testing done on that tree?

 

Just wondered if you were able to know what degree of decay was already underway or was it just too risky due to the obvious fungal brackets on the outside?

Poked it a few times over a number of years, so had a good idea of the level of decay. 

 

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