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kev7937

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  1. Think I’ve seen this about a fair bit but never identified it. Help please Ta.
  2. Won’t be doing that anymore unfortunately
  3. Pretty sure it’s nothing obvious
  4. Someone on twitter helped, “Olearia virgata var lineata (Asteraceae) from New Zealand” Looked good to me.
  5. Thanks. Not familiar with it but doesn’t seem quite right tbh.
  6. From a private garden, checked for a scent for obvious reasons and there was none. Ta.
  7. Wouldn’t the environment agency be interested?
  8. Cheers Steve, it went onto a brand new chipper so was pretty clean to start off with but from memory I think it was the foam on the pad coming apart rather than the glue failing, suitable places to fix it seemed pretty rare tbh so was hoping another user might be able to help. Might have to go for the “no more nails” option The most biggest concern today though is that I don’t think weve had a call telling us the tamper plate is no longer attached to the unit.
  9. How are people fixing these to their machines? We've struggled to find a decent place to secure ours on our Forst, it fell off down the road once when it was secured with the sticky tape supplied and then fell off whilst in use after they gave us some magnets to try. Ta
  10. One of the big companies did have a look but I wasn’t really in the loop at that stage, I think honey fungus was mentioned but the focus was more on other things by the time I was back at the site.
  11. A little update here, two of the infected trees seem to be recovering and one was removed. I don’t think we got any further with the diagnosis.

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