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    Tackling the Toxic Caterpillar

    With reports of Oak Processionary Moth on the rise, Pro Landscaper finds out exactly what the tree pest is and how the industry is responding to the threat of it spreading across the UK A few years ago, the only place oak processionary moth (OPM) could be found in the…

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    English water companies commit to planting 11 million new trees by 2030

    Water companies in England have today announced ambitious plans to plant 11 million trees, part of a wider commitment to improve the natural environment, to support their goal of achieving a carbon neutral water industry by 2030. The joint proposals will see trees planted on around 6,000ha of land across…

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    HS2 puts ancient woodland on borrowed time, says Woodland Trust

    Swathes of ancient woodland are living on borrowed time as HS2 starts to force its way through our countryside, says the Woodland Trust. Preparatory work for Phase 1, including the forced eviction of bats and badgers, has already started despite Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordering a review into spending on…

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    GreenBlue Urban launches RootSpace Generation 2

    GreenBlue Urban is launching the next generation of RootSpace® system, the most innovative soil cell in the industry. It is essentially a pavement support system, designed for maximum soil and rooting volume, to be ‘utility friendly’, with economic freight and industry-leading strength characteristics. RootSpace Generation 2 features the following improvements:…

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    GreenMech Arb 130 proves ‘compact without compromise’ for Castle Trees

    A GreenMech Arborist 130 has become a key tool in the armoury of Ryan Evans, owner of Edinburgh’s Castle Trees. Having left a career in the army after 23 years, Ryan is embarking on a new venture, with his woodchipper delivering the versatility, manoeuvrability and reliability he needs for around-town…

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    Diseased street trees in Sheffield to be removed

    A small number of diseased street trees in Sheffield will need to be removed in coming weeks to restrict the spread of a potentially destructive disease called Phytophthora Plurivora. Twenty lime trees on Whitley Wood Road were recently tested by Amey after displaying distinctive signs of disease which, if left,…

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