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  1. Any ideas what this might be? Was thinking some kind of sorbus?. Found it in a ornamental back garden.
  2. OakStag

    Mulch Circles

    Mulch it and stuck some mycorrizhae in the mulch will work a dream.
  3. Hi just a quick question what's the crack with working within ancient woodland? Work required is roadside so just on the boundary. Only the recoppicing of some hazels done countless times before. Cheers in advance
  4. If not then just stick a massive wooden pole to support it.
  5. Second that Chondrostereum purpureum looks like it's colonised a dysfunctional piece of wood?
  6. Soft on top forgot to do a scratch test. But easily able to leave a fingerprint on them. Also after being pushed it was a bit moist.
  7. Sorry for bad photos right in thinking ganoderma pfeifferi beeswax bracket?
  8. Competent climbers wanted full and part time Bournemouth area. Good rates of pay. Email CV to [email protected]

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