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Nice tree Mr B.

 

Did the client say whether it still had a good fruit yield?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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yeah....in fact she wasnt overly happy with how much i had taken off(which was very little) as she's used to getting loads of fruit.

 

i love mulberrys, love getting jobs like that when they are fruiting...delicious

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yeah....in fact she wasnt overly happy with how much i had taken off(which was very little) as she's used to getting loads of fruit.

 

i love mulberrys, love getting jobs like that when they are fruiting...delicious

 

 

 

Mmmmmmmmulberrys, yum yum :001_smile:

 

 

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This Norway Spruce was used as a Christmas tree, then planted in the back of the garden 19 years ago. After growing gradually in its first 10 years it grew at a great rate and put on about 1 1/2″ in diameter every year for the last 9 years. It was time to take it down before it got unmanageable.

 

Alderwood Tree Care | Manchester tree surgeon, felling & pruning

 

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mulberry thin and light reduction from this morning....tree was cabled 20 years ago and that bit messy mass you see in the fork is cement:001_rolleyes:

 

We did a large tree of heaven a few years back . It was filled with concrete way back in the 70s . This was to stabilise the hollow cavity at the bottom and the first fork at 15ft .:thumbdown:

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Its been a while, thought i'd post some pics of my recent work.

 

Some Scot pine fells, pretty big trees over 20m to the first branch all leaning slightly twisted which makes spiking errr fun, climbed some straight felled some others, the pictures do not do the trees justice or show how tight some of the fells were as no damage could be done other than a few divets in the ol turf.

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Its been a while, thought i'd post some pics of my recent work.

 

Some Scot pine fells, pretty big trees over 20m to the first branch all leaning slightly twisted which makes spiking errr fun, climbed some straight felled some others, the pictures do not do the trees justice or show how tight some of the fells were as no damage could be done other than a few divets in the ol turf.

 

Looks like a mint job :thumbup:

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Some more, removing a fallen Silver Birch no acces for machines, we used a grcs to do the winching.

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