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  1. Struggling to id these. Not sure if there's 2 different types or just the caps have changed colour with age. Lighter colored one Possibly honey fungus? Also significance to the tree if not honey fungus. Thanks
  2. Any thoughts on this please, on oak. Tia
  3. TreeAbility are an Arb Approved Contractor based in Sevenoaks carrying out all aspects of Tree Surgery and Hedging. Mainly private with some commercial work. We're looking for experienced and intermediate climbers Great long term career prospect to be part of a successful business with ongoing personal development and progression. Shorter term opportunities also if working over here on a travel visa or sub-contracting positions available £ up to £35k depending on experience. 28 Days leave including bank holidays Working hours 7:20am to 4:30pm Sevenoaks, Kent. J5 M25 or J2 M20 Essential CS 30, 31, 38, 39 Driving licence for 2 years preferable Reply to the thread, email us info@treeability.co.uk or call 01732 440050
  4. Anyone with a Picus near Kent who could test this beech please? Also any thoughts on management? It's by a road but a lot of the roots are still intact. Conveniently you can see most of them! There's 2 brackets, both quite large now. Have been monitoring for several years but this year they have really grown! Tia
  5. Thanks for the info, the links to Rob and Shavey won't work on my phone, have you got any company names I can google? Thanks [emoji2]
  6. Looking at trying the electric Makita top handle, what are people's experiences with it, worth trying? Tia
  7. TreeAbility are an Arb Approved family run business based in Sevenoaks Kent. We cover Kent and South East London doing all aspects of tree surgery and hedging. Mainly private with some commercial work. About the job: We're looking for experienced and intermediate climbers and a trainee We are an Arb Approved family business looking for people used to working to very high standards. Great long term career prospect to be part of a successful business with ongoing personal development and progression. Shorter term opportunities also if working over here on a travel visa or sub contracting positions available • £ up to £35k depending on experience. • 28 Days leave including bank holidays • Sevenoaks, Kent. J5 M25 or J2 M20 Must have CS 30, 31, 38, 39 Driving licence for 2 years preferable
  8. Any thoughts on what borer is in this spruce tree? plenty of woodpecker holes feeding on whatever it is. Also heavy aphid infestation on the lower foliage, tree very stressed!
  9. Any ideas on this, alternate leaves, dark staining in the wood, bloody dense and heavy for it's size. Small tree
  10. TreeAbility are an Arb Approved family run business based in Sevenoaks Kent. We cover Kent and South East London doing all aspects of tree surgery and hedging. Mainly private with some commercial work. About the job: We're looking for experienced and intermediate climbers and a trainee We are an Arb Approved family business looking for people used to working to very high standards. Great long term career prospect to be part of a successful business with ongoing personal development and progression. Shorter term opportunities also if working over here on a travel visa or sub contracting positions available • £ up to £35k depending on experience. • 28 Days leave including bank holidays • Sevenoaks, Kent. J5 M25 or J2 M20 Must have CS 30, 31, 38, 39 Driving licence for 2 years preferable
  11. On Cherry, what do you guys think? Tia.
  12. Long story short: truck stolen but recovered Yay [emoji846]graphics have been removed on the ally sides. The metal has anodised with the weather but not under the stickers so you can clearly see the old logo marks. About to get new logo but it won't be exactly the same size and impossible to put exactly over the old marks so will end up looking crap! Need to polish out the marks before new logo goes on. Any advice greatly appreciated [emoji16] Tia.
  13. Any subbies out there either groundies or climbers with availability in the next couple of weeks?
  14. Ahhh the tree does have Wooly Aphids too. Thanks.
  15. Anyone come across these gals or nodules? They're on a lot of the pruning wounds and also the branches

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