Arborists working with university researchers to trial tomography-based disease assessments

University of West London (UWL) researchers are working with arborists and councils to test a non-destructive method for detecting defects in trees, arising from diseases or other ailments.

by Dan Symonds
The non-intrusive microwave technology may help prevent unnecessary felling - credit: UWL
The non-intrusive microwave technology may help prevent unnecessary felling - credit: UWL

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