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Sweet chestnut tree disease

Sweet chestnut tree disease - movement restrictions introduced Following findings of sweet chestnut blight in parts of Devon, UK plant health authorities have introduced a prohibition on the movement of sweet chestnut and oak material within three 5km zones in…

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How much does it cost!

How much does it cost!   It depends…. Aaargh! What do you mean “It depends”? Here is a list of some of the factors which will influence the price quoted to you for the removal of a tree: Size of…

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Trusted and expert tree surgeon in Leeds

Trusted and expert tree surgeon in Leeds Do you want to receive the support from a trusted and expert tree surgeon in Leeds? When you are facing a difficult situation with your tree, you may be left feeling slightly nervous…

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UK Horse chestnut trees under threat!

UK Horse chestnut trees under threat! If Ash Dieback (Chalara) wasn’t enough to make the tree-lovers amongst us feel concerned, UK Horse chestnut trees under threat!, This, from The Independent on October 18th 2016: The horse chestnut leaf miner moth,…

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A Happy Ending We love a story with a happy ending! A giant redwood in California that grew to the height of a 30-storey building but was ignominiously felled after a drunken bet, is now about to be reborn in…

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Funky Fungi!

We found this fabulous Funky Fungi!  on dead wood at our yard this week. Called Coral Spot because after affected branches die they develop pinhead-sized coral-pink fungal pustules, is a disease caused by the fungus Nectria cinnabarina. It causes die-back…

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Tree Health and Decay.

We have many, many repeat customers whose trees we have been looking after for nearly twenty years.  Most of our customers love their trees and because of that, know when there have experienced a physical change that might need a…

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Checking the Health of your Trees

We’ve not spoken about this before, but Checking the Health of your Trees as the rougher weather approaches is always a good idea as the weather has a large impact on your trees, now is a good time to do a simple,…

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No Conifers but a New Fence!

No Conifers but a New Fence! This week we started a job in Selby, 57 Conifers to remove, grind the stumps out and then supply and erect a new fence. New fence consisted of concrete posts, gravel boards and Heavy duty…

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