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Quercus925

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  1. Hi Any ideas ? Thanks in advance.
  2. Hi Any ideas - Gall maybe ? Thanks
  3. Is your remote control a farmi forest or aftermarket one ?
  4. I currently have a Farmi Forest CH260 PTO chipper on a Valtra T130. Ideally I would like to feed this chipper with a crane. Is it possible to run this chipper with a 3 point linkage crane (eventhough the chipper is attached to the tractor on the 3 point linkage). If so what crane would you recommend ? At present its a 2 man operation as I have been feeding it with an excavator but would prefer it to be a one man operation. Thanks in advance.
  5. We are looking for staff willing to work with our existing team/s. Must hold basic certification & preferably CSCS. 7.5 tonne driving licence an advantage. Domestic & Commercial work. Excellent rates of pay subject to qualifications & experience - trial days required. PM for details.
  6. Thank you all. My initial thoughts were 'Pleurotus ostreatus' so I'll go with that.
  7. Hi Found these around area of decay on the lower stem of a Beech. Any suggestions ? many thanks
  8. Hi Found these at the base of a poplar. Any ideas ? Many thanks
  9. Hi A colleague of mine found these at the base of a Beech. Any ideas please ? Thanks.
  10. Thanks for the reply ! Sorry, didn't get chance to check as I was rushing around as per usual !
  11. Found this at the base of a beech the other day. You can see where it was attached to the tree. Sorry, not the best of photos I know. Thanks

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