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Arboriculture News 8th May 2021
 

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Analysis
 
What more can be done to protect our native woodlands?
What more can be done to protect our native woodlands?
More arboriculture industry analysis
 
News
 
Public tip-off leads to arrest of suspected phantom lumberjack Public tip-off leads to arrest of suspected phantom lumberjack
 
 
Defra approves release of parasitoid wasp to protect sweet chestnut trees Defra approves release of parasitoid wasp to protect sweet chestnut trees
 
 
Royal Astronomical Society on the hunt for Apollo 14 moon trees Royal Astronomical Society on the hunt for Apollo 14 moon trees
 
 
Protected lime trees to be felled after landscaping works damage roots Protected lime trees to be felled after landscaping works damage roots
 
 
Vertical forestry undertaken on infected larch in Cumbria Vertical forestry undertaken on infected larch in Cumbria
 
 
Surrey ranked number one for tree cover in England Surrey ranked number one for tree cover in England
 
 
AIPH launches inaugural World Green City Awards 2022 AIPH launches inaugural World Green City Awards 2022
 
 
Maydencroft adds 13 Isuzu Grafters trucks in 12 months Maydencroft adds 13 Isuzu Grafters trucks in 12 months
 
 
Chief plant health officer gives biosecurity update Chief plant health officer gives biosecurity update
 
 
Rome to spend €500,000 fighting tortoise scale on umbrella pines Rome to spend €500,000 fighting tortoise scale on umbrella pines
 
 
SNP promise mass tree planting if re-elected SNP promise mass tree planting if re-elected
 
 
Lovell Quinta Arboretum oaks credited as National Plant Collection Lovell Quinta Arboretum oaks credited as National Plant Collection
 
 
Woodland Trust Northern Ireland acquires land in the Belfast Hills Woodland Trust Northern Ireland acquires land in the Belfast Hills
 
 
Public urged to report sightings of oak processionary moth caterpillars Public urged to report sightings of oak processionary moth caterpillars
 
 
Coffee pulp shows potential in boosting tropical forest recovery Coffee pulp shows potential in boosting tropical forest recovery
 
 
Independent engineer to investigate Coldfall ancient oak subsidence claims Independent engineer to investigate Coldfall ancient oak subsidence claims
 
 
Gardener captures a year under lockdown at Batsford Arboretum Gardener captures a year under lockdown at Batsford Arboretum
 
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Top UK arboriculture businesses well positioned to capitalise on well-funded tree planting funding initiatives
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