Get yourself a steaming hot cup of coffee (or your favorite beverage), make yourself comfortable, and join us here in the CoffeeHouse. In this place, talk about whatever ‘strikes your fancy’. Anything goes. . . As long as it’s civil, of course.
Russ Carlson, Webmaster
[This message was edited by Russ Carlson on Monday June 23, 2003 at 12:13 PM.]
I really appreciate this website, even if it doesn't "see" much action. I am so concerned about this very old oak on our property that a neighbor accidently went over and severed an exposed root. Tree tech consulting has been emailing me which is a great help. There are no arborists in my area and we are sick about this tree.
Keep up the good work.
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hello everyone.nothing really going on in this site huh.cold winter days coming up in indiana
need a climbing heater lol
anyone been hunting?
I don't think I can sleep until I know if the statement I made "that a post oak can not take a topping or hatracking and it will surely die.
This in response to seeing it done to some of my favorite post oak trees after our ice storm in McAlester OK three weeks ago. I've never seen anything grow from the stubbed ends or clipped tips after this type of trimming. I've always gone back to the proper sized lateral or collar with this species as taught by ole timers I grew up around. I need some scientific info to stand on folks. Help the treedude out.
Just happened to come across your site during a search today.
Still going steady.
And I do have coffee right here.
M. D. Vaden of Oregon
Certified Landscape Tech / Arborist
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