The Tawny Frogmouth is one of the best known nocturnal Australian birds. It is difficult to see them during the day because they are so well comoflarged and at a glance their motionless forms appear like a broken branch. Where
Bifications continued. From the other side a bulge can be seen from the ground however when the hanging bark was removed the large split showed how far it travels. This means the structure holding each side securely is compramised and
Bifications in the tree can appear like it has two heads. Mostly one will appear bigger or more dominant than the other. From the ground it is difficult to see the condition of the join between them. You may see
Bulges Generally trees have symetric trunks that taper from the ground to the end of the branches. If a large bulge develops over time it is likely the trees growth reactions to defect within the trunk. This tree pictured in
The workshop focus was to hone the skills of qualified and experienced tree fallers in arboriculture and forest industries. Content included; legal framework for workplace safety, practical OH&S manuals, identify (hazards, lean of a tree, lay of the forest and
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Arboriculture training in Victoria, “the tail wagging the dog” An industry perspective by Graeme McMahon Current arboricultural training The arboricultural qualification system for practical units in Victoria is flawed. The units are couched in the National framework and as such
The newest employee of Sherbrooke Tree Service has arrived. Our new excavator arrived just before Christmas. This will be used primary for the tree lopping and track maintenance work we do in Cardinia Shire and Yarra Ranges Shire. The excavator