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Old 13-06-2006, 12:47 PM posted to triangle.gardens
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I'm in southern Durham (near Southpoint). I have an BIG oak tree that
may or may not have survived our new home construction (2 years ago
now).

It is leafing out...but the last half (the half farthest away from
trunk) of the branches are not leafing out. Root damage?

I need somebody to take a look at the tree and give me a prognosis.

Anybody have any recommendations?

Thanks!

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Old 13-06-2006, 05:53 PM posted to triangle.gardens
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Teech wrote:

I'm in southern Durham (near Southpoint). I have an BIG oak tree that
may or may not have survived our new home construction (2 years ago
now).

It is leafing out...but the last half (the half farthest away from
trunk) of the branches are not leafing out. Root damage?

I need somebody to take a look at the tree and give me a prognosis.

Anybody have any recommendations?


Please post if you do get some private replies - I have a couple older hardwoods that I'd like to make sure are doing okay, and would like a real arborist for advice on the roots and base area, not just a chainsaw man to take it all down! I'm in older Cary, but I'd assume they'd all work the whole area.

Thanks!


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Old 19-06-2006, 12:51 PM posted to triangle.gardens
Teech
 
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Never did get a recommendation...but I did call the NC Forestry Service
guy for my area and he came out and did a pretty thorough diagnosis for
free.

http://www.dfr.state.nc.us/index.htm

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John

Brent Harsh wrote:
Teech wrote:

I'm in southern Durham (near Southpoint). I have an BIG oak tree that
may or may not have survived our new home construction (2 years ago
now).

It is leafing out...but the last half (the half farthest away from
trunk) of the branches are not leafing out. Root damage?

I need somebody to take a look at the tree and give me a prognosis.

Anybody have any recommendations?


Please post if you do get some private replies - I have a couple older hardwoods that I'd like to make sure are doing okay, and would like a real arborist for advice on the roots and base area, not just a chainsaw man to take it all down! I'm in older Cary, but I'd assume they'd all work the whole area.

Thanks!


--
Brent Harsh - KD4PBO /"\ ASCII Ribbon Campaign: Say
bharsh at ncroadrunner \ / NO to HTML in email and news.
------------------------X-------------------------------
Cary, NC, USA / \ Read my mail with fixed fonts.


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Old 21-06-2006, 01:02 AM posted to triangle.gardens
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Trees of Carolina, LLC

www.treesofcarolina.com

Derek (the owner) is a certified arborist as well as a fully insured tree
removal company. Honest and professional.

Jason D.

"Teech" wrote in message
ups.com...
Never did get a recommendation...but I did call the NC Forestry Service
guy for my area and he came out and did a pretty thorough diagnosis for
free.

http://www.dfr.state.nc.us/index.htm

--
John

Brent Harsh wrote:
Teech wrote:

I'm in southern Durham (near Southpoint). I have an BIG oak tree that
may or may not have survived our new home construction (2 years ago
now).

It is leafing out...but the last half (the half farthest away from
trunk) of the branches are not leafing out. Root damage?

I need somebody to take a look at the tree and give me a prognosis.

Anybody have any recommendations?


Please post if you do get some private replies - I have a couple older
hardwoods that I'd like to make sure are doing okay, and would like a
real arborist for advice on the roots and base area, not just a chainsaw
man to take it all down! I'm in older Cary, but I'd assume they'd all
work the whole area.

Thanks!


--
Brent Harsh - KD4PBO /"\ ASCII Ribbon Campaign: Say
bharsh at ncroadrunner \ / NO to HTML in email and news.
------------------------X-------------------------------
Cary, NC, USA / \ Read my mail with fixed fonts.






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