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4 hours ago, Khriss said:

They having a lovely time on here, thought it was G.resinaceum but looks too purple. Oak stump.  K

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Look like Resi to me.

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Bit of a wander with new tree inspector, nice Ganoderma on Willow stump, very old but still chewing away :) k

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7 hours ago, Khriss said:

Bit of a wander with new tree inspector, nice Ganoderma on Willow stump, very old but still chewing away :) k

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Impressive that you have your own branded fungi !

 

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On 28/12/2018 at 09:08, David Humphries said:

Airspading is one option. Uncovering the roots with compressed air and ‘sounding’ the roots to listen for wood density/function/decay. Can also use a spade ’carefully’. There are other detection techs available, but I have no experience of those.

 

Just a thought. Do the root radar devices differentiate between living/functional roots and those that are dead/decaying or dysfunctional?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Gary Prentice said:

 

Only down to abt 20mm diameter, which is why I ain't been too impressed by the Method.  Obvs fine roots go way further. K

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Just sorting through a few pics and thought I’d post up. Found on the golf course I work at, some recent some not so. Not sure what they all are, some I know some I don’t but find them fascinating none the less. Cheers all. 

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