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Will Heal

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About Will Heal

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2014, 2015
  • Birthday 01/03/1981

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    wiltshire

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  1. Will Heal

    Tis the season to see Fungi, fa la la la la....

    Thanks David, is it quite rare? Or have I just missed spotting it !
  2. Will Heal

    Tis the season to see Fungi, fa la la la la....

    Saw this fungus on a beech today, never seen it before though. Also had old merip around the base and ganoderma too!
  3. Will Heal

    Hedge laying job Hampshire

    A chap I worked for asked me last week if I knew anyone who could lay 170 m of hedge in north Hampshire. I’ve steeped a few Devon hedges but wouldn’t call my self a hedge layer. If anyone is interested in doing it then let me know and I can pm his details
  4. Will Heal

    Climber wanted Wiltshire

    Need a climber for a job in Calne, for either tomorrow, Thursday or Friday. Topping a row of conifers Text me on 07917725646
  5. Will Heal

    Tis the season to see Fungi, fa la la la la....

    wowood cauliflower we found yesterday in the Forest of Dean on a Scots pine stump
  6. Will Heal

    Fruit trees and orchards

    I have a mature dessert apple in my garden and 4 bramleys in an old orchard behind my house. I have a pig aderyn and a bardsey island apple that I grafted my self last year in pots and a Jane cider apple that I’ve just planted. Was planning to stay at this house for a good few years and plant more apples in my garden and restore the orchard behind, but that might not happen now[emoji853]. I’m a tree surgeon and most people with apple trees in their garden want the tree reducing and less apples, so I tend to prune them like any other tree. If I try to prune them properly, or as properly as I know, it takes me forever!
  7. Will Heal

    Fruit trees and orchards

    Yep I would. Haven’t a professional interest in either, more of a hobby.
  8. I’ve got loads of wood left, been freezing all winter have plenty of wood but not a big enough wood burner[emoji853]
  9. Will Heal

    Making the news today....

    No. A death is a death yes, there’s no denying that but put yourself in the animals shoes. You get put in a lorry on the farm where you grew up, taken to an abattoir, not to bad so far as you don’t know what is is going on, even though you are stressed and worried, herded of the lorry into a factory. Would you then like to be put straight out with a bullet to the brain or have your throat cut. There is no need for this. It’s just fucking cruel. I have no problem farming and killing animals for food but do it in the quickest way possible for fucks sake
  10. Will Heal

    House heating that isn't wood fueled?

    Mum and dad put in a wood pellet boiler 3 years ago. I think he has 3 or 4 years left of subsidies left but then is thinking of putting in a oil tank as pellets have increased in price so much.
  11. Will Heal

    Tis the season to be merry....

    As eggs said get some drain rods in there and get it moving. Buy, borrow or steal some in the morning get out there and just go for it! That should clear it! Have a long hot shower and try to enjoy you Christmas dinner 🤢
  12. Will Heal

    Seasons greetings to all !!!

    Happy Xmas to all xxx
  13. Will Heal

    Tis the season to see Fungi, fa la la la la....

    Be interesting to see how long this chestnut stays standing with 3 different fungi on it! chondrostereum, oysters and velvet shank?
  14. Will Heal

    Advertising

    Advertise what?
  15. Will Heal

    Tis the season to see Fungi, fa la la la la....

    Tiny ones, 40 ft up

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