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  2. In some cases, tree stakes act as a barrier from mechanical injury. For larger, more established trees, a mulched area or even a bare area near the trunk will help keep lawnmowers and weed-eaters away. Or, consider planting groundcovers or perennials for a more aesthetical appeal. In any event, avoid injury to the trunks of your trees at all costs.
  3. Trees can live for a long time but eventually die, either from natural causes or killed by man. Ill-health of trees can be diagnosed, and early treatment, pruning or felling to prevent the spread may result in timber stocks and amenity trees being saved. Tree owners and Arborists/arboriculturists need to be aware of the risk posed by hazardous trees.. Construction projects sometimes avoidably.
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  5. Tree Planting Program Update. Community Advisory Commission Agenda December 4, - Page 1 On November 6, Public Works Director, Jeff Moneda, and his staff, David Gordillo and Ed Mosqueda, reviewed with the Commission pictures of locations throughout the City where trees could be planted best. On November 25, CAC Chair Beard, Commissioner.
  6. David R. Tree Thomas H. Williams James E. Woods Ross D. Montgomery, BOD ExO Kent W. Peterson, CO Claire B. Ramspeck, Manager of Standards ASHRAE Standing Standard Project Committee Cognizant TC: TC , Systems Energy Utilization SPLS Liaison: Hugh F. Crowther Stephen Skalko, Chair* Denise M. Beach* David C. Bixby* Paul W. Cabot* Drury B.
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  8. Tree death may result from infection caused by a single pathogen introduction (e.g. a single beetle). The fungus is moved by the invasive redbay ambrosia beetle, Xyleborus glabratus (Figure4). Ambrosia beetles native to Kentucky colonize dead or dying trees, but the redbay ambrosia beetle and some other non-natives colonize healthy, living Missing: David Tagg.

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