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Jzack605

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Location
Long island
Doing a mosquito spray at a clients who has a small/medium beech I treat for ambrosia beetle and phytophothora I noticed this when spraying. Unfortunately looks like it may have beech leaf disease. We had a similar one with same symptoms come back with a positive from the lab, I sent these out so we’ll see but not hopeful. 550E2162-22B4-4FC1-BB98-E25376C1F9E8.jpeg C48CBE52-6BCF-4F7D-89A7-F865511345EF.jpeg D82A5A59-7A65-4D26-B637-80A1B2AD2A79.jpeg
 

Neill

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Location
North carolina
Gravity vs included multiple stem red maple.
 

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Treetopflyer

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Location
Coastal N.J
Today we were tight on reduction prune around rear of clients proerty. Don't have to use her much in narrow mode on outriggers but when I need to its priceles. To prune the tips the way we did around backyard would've been a climbers nightmare , especially in the gusty sea breezes we had today. 20210525_140102.jpg 20210525_135727.jpg
 

Bendroctanus

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Location
Springfield
Today we were tight on reduction prune around rear of clients proerty. Don't have to use her much in narrow mode on outriggers but when I need to its priceles. To prune the tips the way we did around backyard would've been a climbers nightmare , especially in the gusty sea breezes we had today. View attachment 75913 View attachment 75912
Man, that is priceless. Worth every penny!
 

Serf Life

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Location
Maine Island
Working on another view job offshore, more brutally thick spruce forest. Started off by finding the hauloff line had snapped last night but got super lucky that the wind and tide landed the boat on the only patch of grass!

If the lay isn’t swamped out the tree will velcro itself to the very last twig. Two tanks of gas to swamp, fell, brush out the first tree of the day and barely over 20” dbh. Sean checking the crown with some windy felling. Hardscrabble day but worked out fine. 66AF43EB-8254-462A-9CB7-BF8930724D2D.jpeg AC18AFFE-301F-4D24-8D34-F9C141E6A066.jpeg 068DA5AD-0444-49D9-9443-C1A0EBA7E969.jpeg 56062C3C-2AB6-4ABE-8D6F-AC115CFE78DF.jpeg 80CBFAF9-CDC1-46F1-820D-AD2939FDCBFB.jpeg
 

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