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Re: Holyoke Silver Maple

Joe, you're right--that's why open-grown silver maples and pecans need slight reduction of sprawling ends every few years; problem solved.
by guymeilleur
Thu May 08, 2014 3:41 pm
 
Forum: Massachusetts
Topic: Holyoke Silver Maple
Comments: 6
Views: 582

Re: OH State Champ N Red Oak

All good Bart; I'm a card-carrying environment influencer, relishing the interaction.
by guymeilleur
Thu May 08, 2014 3:34 pm
 
Forum: Ohio
Topic: OH State Champ N Red Oak
Comments: 9
Views: 785

Re: OH State Champ N Red Oak

We had 6-8 people clustered around the tomograph image, guessing how many trunks fused to make this trunk; 1, 3, 5? I did not mean to open that can of fusion worms; I only want to manage hollow trees without someone with a drill and a formula saying it's gotta go. If OH says it's a champ, I lack the...
by guymeilleur
Wed May 07, 2014 9:30 pm
 
Forum: Ohio
Topic: OH State Champ N Red Oak
Comments: 9
Views: 785

Re: US Champ White Oak--an arborist's view

Larry, it was last measured by a Va Tech student, 90' tall and 120' spread, per the AF listing. Suspiciously round numbers perhaps, to the dendromorphometrically minded. When I mentioned confirming stats with a tape drop etc., I heard some consternation, and concern that I was just out to reveal err...
by guymeilleur
Wed May 07, 2014 7:53 am
 
Forum: Virginia
Topic: US Champ White Oak--an arborist's view
Comments: 2
Views: 562

Re: OH State Champ N Red Oak

A very handsome tree; thanks!
by guymeilleur
Wed May 07, 2014 7:42 am
 
Forum: Ohio
Topic: OH State Champ N Red Oak
Comments: 9
Views: 785

Re: Who's On Board?

I'm an hour Se of Patrick, with a more flexible schedule but a need to brush up on measuring heights from the ground, as I favor doing tape drops from the top. Central NC is covered! heres the AF report The MGWG has been successful in resolving many concerns for the national program and are continui...
by guymeilleur
Mon May 05, 2014 9:47 pm
 
Forum: Measurement and Dendromorphometry
Topic: Who's On Board?
Comments: 18
Views: 1630

Re: Untranslatable Words

Thanks guys; good tips. i'm actually more into gnarly old trees than massive trees.

Though I do love both!
by guymeilleur
Sun May 04, 2014 10:09 pm
 
Forum: Art: General Discussions and Philosophy
Topic: Untranslatable Words
Comments: 15
Views: 1879

Quercetum near Petersburg

Shouting out for a gifted tree man, Guy Sternberg. he manages Starhill Forest, a Quercetum with a fantastic collection of 80ish acres, but ENTS may want to connect mainly for his knowledge of notable nearby trees. I've learned hugely from Guido's knowledge of the natural history surrounding some awe...
by guymeilleur
Fri May 02, 2014 11:49 pm
 
Forum: Illinois
Topic: Quercetum near Petersburg
Comments: 0
Views: 396

Re: Oak Society coming to Starkville!

Larry, thanks for tuning in. The IOS is a very cool group; I went to Bordeaux France to connect with them, and was glad I did. The founder has the same name as I do, so he must be way cool. ;)

I hope to see you there in June!
by guymeilleur
Fri May 02, 2014 11:32 pm
 
Forum: Mississippi
Topic: Oak Society coming to Starkville!
Comments: 2
Views: 351

Re: Untranslatable Words

Bart, thanks for sharing that concept. I'm going to Sweden in 2 weeks to learn Veteran Tree Management, and hope to experience that concept of the earth belonging to all who respect it. No time to go nort: any good spots between Goteborg and Lynkoving/Stockholm you'd recommend? I plan to fast-fwd th...
by guymeilleur
Fri May 02, 2014 11:21 pm
 
Forum: Art: General Discussions and Philosophy
Topic: Untranslatable Words
Comments: 15
Views: 1879
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