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  1. Spdunn

    Sean dunn

    Reasonable size drive with easy access will happily take any free logs in any shape or form.
  2. Hi I came across this site looking for advice, I have a medium well established cherry tree in my front garden that has been a go producer of fruit but since we moved in a few years ago we hadn't trimmed it partly due to other expensive job's being required and partly due to the fear of killing it as my neighbours lost both of theirs to disease. Unfortunately it had become to overgrown and was impacting on a public path so we knew we had to get it sorted soon and being caught of guard this afternoon by a gentleman who knocked on the door to ask if we wanted it done at a reduced cost as he was doing another tree nearby I agreed. Dispite asking him if it was ok to cut it in winter and him saying it was ok to do ive since read that you shouldn't cut fruit, especially cherry trees, when I'm damp or wet weather is likely, I.e winter!! If just had another look at the work done and again Dispite asking for just a light trim as I know you shouldn't remove more than 10-20% it appears he's removed much more than that, possibly up to 50 or 60%!! Is there anything I can do to help and protect the tree? In the past I know people used to apply limb sealers etc but I believe in recent times this has been shown to cause more harm, is that correct, I also saw elsewhere something about burning the wounds to seal and protect them and something else about using a insecticide or antifungal wash but again no real firm advice, any help or information anyone can provide would be greatly appreciated id hate to think I've killed this tree due to a stupid split second mistake and an idiot who clearly shouldn't be trimming trees. I've attached a picture for reference of before and after
  3. Allotment site with gated entrance allowing vehicle access for tipper trucks. The tip locations are near the main entrance point. It's a large allotment site with easy access so we can accept several loads! Contact via text/email in advance for someone to allow access.
  4. I am looking to buy Silver Birch or Cherry 'Bars' by the lorry load. We have a tight spec, but it can be worth the extra work since we pay more than "firewood" prices for it. Spec: Length 3m +/- 20cm (other lengths to order only) Minimum top diameter 15cm Maximum butt diameter 32cm All timber should be as knot free as possible, 1st length type material (no top wood), it should be straight within reason with no butt flares, rot, dirt or metal contamination Delivery will be to Harlow, Essex. If you want to discuss further please PM me. Thanks!
  5. Small Scale Sawmill looking for interesting hardwood species to covert from 10” to 30” dia. minimum length 4ft Yew, Walnut, Mulberry, Beech, Fruitwood, spalted and burrs etc Can collect 20 miles radius of Gloucester. Don't ring it up - sell it as a sawlog
  6. I am looking to buy Cherry wood 'Bars' by the lorry load. We have a tight spec, but it can be worth the extra work since we pay more than "firewood" prices for it. Spec: Length 3m +/- 20cm (other lengths to order only) Minimum top diameter 15cm Maximum butt diameter 32cm All timber should be as knot free as possible, 1st length type material (no top wood), it should be straight within reason with no butt flares, rot, dirt or metal contamination Delivery will be to Harlow, Essex. If you want to discuss further please PM me. Thanks!
  7. I am looking for Cherry wood, delivered to the Peak District in Derbyshire. We would prefer full Artic loads if possible in which we can provide transport. Lengths approx 3 m and minimum diameter of 15 cm's Payment same day as delivery, please pm me with your details thanks
  8. We are looking for large amounts preferably full artic loads of apple & cherry, minimum thickness about 4 or 5 inches diameter and above 2 meters in length. please pm me with further details.
  9. I am after large quantities of Cherry & Pear wood for food smoking, lorry loads preferable but any quantities considered. Please pm me for more information. Thanks in advance
  10. Hello all - A new poster to the ArbTalk forum here. I am generally speaking a forest manager, but have been asked to look at some Wild cherries in the garden of a neighbour as a favour. The leaves on said cherries have been "curling up and dying" - my first thought was bacterial canker but they had not seen any resin bleeding or oozing so had to rethink that one. There are some 9-10 trees in their garden infected, with a small Rowan close up underneath one of the said trees also showing some signs of an infection. Some pictures here: view of the whole tree: It seems so far from the reading I have done on this website and elsewhere it is not bacterial canker or any environmental factors, such as poor drainage or soil conditions. The only thing I can seem to find which matches is something called leaf spot - link to RHS site here The only advice for treatment of this condition seems to be to remove as much foliage as possible to reduce pathogen / inocculum levels and to possibly treat the tree with a copper fungicide to limit the spread. Does anybody have experiences with this or similar diseases, and can you advise on the effectiveness of above treatments? Any advice or differing diagnoses much welcomed. many thanks, Luke Edit - the links to pictures above appear to be broken - can anyone suggest where to post images to make it easy to share them online? Many thanks

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