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  1. Hi all, Does anyone have a standardised Utility arb Risk assessment and Method statement they could share please? Thanks in advance.
  2. This a great start, thank you. Even you Mark Bolam.
  3. Thanks, asking because I am looking to expand my knowledge base and to gain some qualifications in the next year or so. I've asked for a short answer so I can make a start. Hopefully on the fungi that have the highest risk factors in everyday practical arb work. Have seen the effects of meripilus, honey fungus and ganoderma. Have cleared up the results or removed, the infected trees. Working to other peoples specifications as a climber. My knowledge of these is poor.
  4. What are the 10 most important fungi an arborist should know? Especially in terms of tree health and safety. Thanks.
  5. Hello, does anybody have any Utility arb literature/ resources they could share with me please? Preferably digital/PDF etc. I have an interview coming up that I could do with having some basic knowledge of UA. Thanks in advance.


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