Just under 10 years ago, the Alscot Estate created a new plantation consisting of British Oak, Hornbeam and Silver Birch. This week they started to transfer some of the established oak trees from the wood to other locations on the Estate for which task they hired our Tree Spade.
“The trees are dug up with the aid of a mechanical tree spade. The spade collects the roots in its existing soil, which supports the stem and allows it to be transported and planted, with minimum stress, into a hole dug by the same spade, to exactly the same size. The trees will be moved to various locations across the estate for a variety of reasons and purposes including, the thickening of existing woodlands and hedgerows, the creation of boundaries, cover and screens and to create habitats for wildlife”.
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