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About mike.baker2007@gmail.com

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  1. That would seem like the best option. Is there a list of arborists who can carry this out in my area? Thanks
  2. Hi Thanks for the response, more photos added. It looks pretty healthy from the outside but has just dropped its acorns. Is there a way from 'looking' at it to understand how long it may stand. I understand I may need to have it cut down eventually but would like to keep it for as long as possible. More pictures attached. Thanks
  3. I have the attached fungus in my 500 year old oak, is there anything I can do to get rid of this and save the tree? Thanks


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