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Re: Fistulina hepatica and the Oak, a study into the morphol

Mr. Frank, thanks very much for your replies to Tony Croft. When he first mentioned this thesis to me some time ago, it struck me as one of those ideas which, as soon as the relationship is pointed out, one thinks is so intuitively obvious that it's a wonder no-one saw it before. Though it takes the...
by anthony.j.mills
Sat Sep 15, 2012 10:05 pm
 
Forum: Fungi and Mycology
Topic: Fistulina hepatica and the Oak, a study into the morphologic
Comments: 6
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Re: St. Augustine, the Old Senator, May 2012

John White's research and computational methodology is based on large numbers of Forestry Commission records of actual ring counts correlated with girth. It is certainly fully accepted here. I would remind you that GB has 80% of the ancient trees in Europe, a consequence of our landuse practices in ...
by anthony.j.mills
Fri Jun 08, 2012 10:43 pm
 
Forum: Florida
Topic: St. Augustine, the Old Senator, May 2012
Comments: 17
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Re: St. Augustine, the Old Senator, May 2012

There is an old ''rule of thumb' in the UK for estimating the age of open-grown native broadleaves which are not juvenile or senescent: the age is roughly equivalent to the girth in inches. So assuming that a native oak in the US, even in a sub-tropical zone [which isn't necessarily more productive ...
by anthony.j.mills
Thu Jun 07, 2012 8:24 pm
 
Forum: Florida
Topic: St. Augustine, the Old Senator, May 2012
Comments: 17
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