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Jon Hartley

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About Jon Hartley

  • Rank
    Senior Member, User formerly known as stavros
  • Birthday 18/08/1976

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  • Location:
    Kent
  • Occupation
    senior arborist
  • Post code
    Ct5 3ad
  • City
    Canterbury
  1. ..broad domed two or three co-dominant stems,,,
  2. Evening all I was doing a survey in a park north of london a couple of days ago. There was an avenue of over mature trees with deeply fissured grey bark. They are in the region of 16m tall with a spread of 16m. The main unions were all compressive in nature with significant included bark and no real reaction wood present, much like Robinia psudoacacia(no spikey nastiness though! I only got these poor shots with my phone. Bark, buds and an in situ fruit on one of the topped individuals. Good luck..
  3. Morning guys This may well be an easy one for those of you who have been here for a while but I'm newly off the plane from a 5 year stint in Oz and I'm slowly getting back into our trees! Its a street tree from the Hammersmith area, I'm leaning towards Turkish hazel but I will happily bow to your collective wisdom! Thanks for your help in advance
  4. I am a little jealous, I hand in th last assignment of year 1 today. I still have 2years to finish. Congratulations on sticking it out to the completion of your course.
  5. <p>Hartley you big bender! how's it going? Hope you're all safe & well fella?</p>

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    <p>That's service for you!</p>

    <p>Thanks for that! </p>

    <p>Hartley</p>

     

  7.  

    <p>Hi Jon, Hartley was taken so Jon Hartley it is.</p>

    <p> </p>

    <p>Cheers</p>

     

  8.  

    <p>Hi Steve, I would like to change my username and as you are the man who can,I figured this was the place to ask?!</p>

    <p>"Hartley" if its not taken, or "Jon Hartley"?</p>

    <p>Thanks</p>

     

  9. Was going to suggest you look into the aa approved contractors in the area, but I see glen already messages you!
  10. Ive said before and Ill say it again...You get what you pay for!
  11. shigo's a modern arboriculture is THE original tree book and well worth a read!
  12. 020, Someone else showing there age! Cant agree more...although thats probably more nostalgic than accurate, the 200t solved all the problems. Why on earth that new thing(201t) was launched I dont know! My Zubat comes a very close second!

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