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Now, it’s time to clasp your pearls ladies.

 

Mature oak near a house, a steep bank behind, a classic rejuicing, and in the last photo the reason why (meripilus giganteus)

 

Client wouldn’t be convinced to remove, so there we are.

 

Come at me!

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29 minutes ago, Mick Dempsey said:

No sorry, in and out.

 

If it were Chicken of the woods, how would that affect any prognosis ?

Means you screwed up 😂

 

lovely reduction though, it’ll come back a treat 

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37 minutes ago, Mick Dempsey said:

No sorry, in and out.

 

If it were Chicken of the woods, how would that affect any prognosis ?

Chicken would be brown rot more targeted at the old heart wood, Merip - white rot targeting roots. 

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