Thread: Tree removed
27th April 2021, 08:15 PM #1Woodworking mechanic
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We had our Kaffir Plum removed today. The arborist said some people use the solid sections for turning but as I donít have a lathe I didnít keep any. Apparently this tree was just a teenager and still had a lot of growing to go.
Top of Stump diameter in picture 7 was 855mm top of stump picture 5 was 960mm. Lump of timber in picture 4 was registered by the crane gauge at 850kg.
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27th April 2021, 10:44 PM #2
Like all fruit and nut trees, it will love to crack, so needs to be cut down and sealed well fastNeil____________________________________________Every day presents an opportunity to learn something new
27th April 2021, 11:25 PM #3
Pity you couldn't have had some of it slabbed Peter!
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