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  1. Does anyone have the 2006 revised paper as well?
  2. @daltontrees that would be great if you could ive looked everywhere.
  3. Its the 1993 journal article I'm after. If someone has a copy I would be eternally grateful.
  4. Hi folks Does anyone have a link to the original research by Mattheck on t/R ratios. Any help greatly appreciated. Many thanks
  5. Many thanks for the replys chaps and the PM s. I will be in touch with you both directly.
  6. Morning chaps. Thanks for the reply. At the moment it would be 3 mature oaks. It maybe more if we could work out a better rate etc. Let me know your thoughts. Many thanks.
  7. Hi. Can anyone please recommend a reputable company in the north west, chester area that can carry out this service. I've googled to no avail. Thanks in advance
  8. Many thanks David appreciate the confirmation. I will have a look at the thread.
  9. Can anyone confirm my identification please, this sorry looking specimen was hosted on an oak. It's a poor example it was being crushed by a tyre that some upstanding member of the community launched over a hedge. I'm thinking Collybia fusipes can anyone confirm. From reading the texts there seems to be differing opinion on the effects of this fungi can anyone clarify this for me please. Many thanks
  10. Intresting article. Has anyone tried on a large scale population. I wonder what the cost involved would be. Do we think that canopy condition is related to bc as opposed anything else.
  11. Any takers on the foliar damage. I remain firm on leaf blotch as opposed leaf miner. With regards to bleefing etc, so heres my thinking its clearly a phythophera based based pathogen. But is it root related or as we all suspect bleeding canker the symptons for which dont quite match in all cases accross population. I kid you not 90 percent of pop within a close area all sm trees are exhibiting similar symptons. Is that usual for bleeding canker or suggestive of further underlying problems which are commonly attributed to bc. Like i said overthinking.
  12. Cheers for the reply much appreciated. Maybe I'm over thinking it. Anyone else.
  13. Evening chaps, first post I'll try to make it good. I've been a long time lurker. I hope in the future I can make some helpful contributions to the forum. just after a bit of advice/conformation. I have a population of horse chestnut all exhibiting similar symptoms. I Suspect what the issues are I'd just like a few other opinions. Symptoms exhibited, bleeding areas to main stem and branches within canopy. Areas of necrotic bark. I know it appears obvious but there are other factors which maybe related or unrelated, for instance defoliation which is suspected to be leaf miner, however I feel the characteristics better fit leaf blotch. In addition there are a multitude of other contributory factors affecting the pop. Any help opinions welcomed.

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