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  1. Hey Steve, this guys don't offer machinery cover.. any other suggestions..?
  2. thank you for your replies.. I'll keep a closer eye for honey fungus ... this could be the answer...
  3. Hello there! same location that previous post (Mature Quercus Ilex) there is a group of Robinias, two in the centre are dying the question is should i replace with robinia again or change species?? trees are young and no apparent reason for dying, like flood, compaction or animal damaged...? what do you think? thank you for your opinions! Pablo
  4. Hola fellow tree people! I was looking at a Mature Quercus Ilex with some decay on main trunk. this is what i found at the base.. but can't identify it. Ganoderma , inonotus dryadeus?? the problem is that it is very dominant over a main drive of a house. I have to advise to apply or not surgery based on the fungi life style..more than the amount of wood left...still plenty! sorry about the photo...could not get there earlier! thank you


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