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Digging into the Science of Tree Planning and Removing Packaging Materials - Shared screen with speaker view
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21:04
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21:48
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22:07
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25:30
Hello everyone, I’m an arborist in Portland Oregon and I’m often concerned with bad quality nursery stock
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25:45
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28:01
Define "Old People"///?
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28:26
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29:18
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31:52
Survival projections are so important. Thanks for sharing.
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32:04
Will slides and/or links be made available?
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32:56
https://www.academia.edu/16342303/Factors_influencing_long_term_street_tree_survival_in_Milwaukee_WI_USA
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33:47
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34:15
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34:22
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34:40
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34:46
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35:18
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35:37
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35:41
Per Rich Hauer, the slides will be available on ResearchGate. Just search Hauer, Koeser or Miesbauer
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35:42
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35:46
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35:58
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36:19
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37:27
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37:55
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38:36
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38:39
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39:13
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44:41
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44:46
My city in southern WI charges the homeowner $400 per slab to rep
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45:39
Hey GCHERNIC are you with the City of Regina?
GCHERNIC
46:12
ethan, I am
ethan champion
47:01
I'm with City of Lethbridge. Can I get contact info to for a few tree related questions?
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47:44
ethan, my email is gchernic@regina,ca
Julianne Schieffer
47:48
Love this slide. Never considered it as aerial.
ethan champion
47:56
Thanks!
Stephen Smith
50:38
Used to be an old rule in gardening to bury the graft to prevent the rootstock from growing up.
Eric Baratta
50:56
Volcano mound!
Joyce Brown
51:27
They sink in sand too
Naomi Zurcher
51:46
One needs to require the nursery to locate the trunk flare before they dig the tree. We can do this with a spec that we give the nursery.
Brian Jorgenson
53:01
We tried that with area nurseries, some responded "we don't have time to do this when planting a big project". Hopefully things are progressing in a better direction now.
Katherine Naegele
53:04
good point about increased nursery production! I've never been clear on why nurseries would have an incentive to grow at the proper height, to be honest
Kirtlye Wheeler
54:14
first thing I thought too Jake!!
Mike Norris
54:33
wire basket left makes it easier to remove the dead tree
Jonathan Rizzo
54:41
Even with nursery standards a degree of onus is on the individual planting the tree to ensure proper planting depth and excavation down to identify the collar. Commonly with B&B and containers, trees will have their soil volume compressed or jarred during transport which pushes soil up and over the flare.
Brian Jorgenson
54:43
We did end up getting in our specs over 10 years ago, but I still see many many trees planted too deeply.
Stephen Smith
54:56
If we let them they'll leave everything on, including the nylon twine! And still plant it too deep.
Nancy Biekarck
55:26
We use to have the basket in our specs, now they are to have them removed
Debra Knapke
55:34
BMPs are the correct choice and good habits can be learned just as well as bad habits. I have uncovered too many root flares in my career.
monika otting
55:50
Thank you Jeff! Your continued support of TREE Fund’s mission is much appreciated.
Jonathan Rizzo
55:59
this is an amazing photo
Esmie Avila
59:12
what is the white thing for?
Esmie Avila
59:36
oh okay thanks
Matt Millage
01:00:06
on just one side is usually for sunscald
Joan Bromley
01:00:11
The first picture shows the plastic twine still tied to trunk. I'm an arborist specializing in diagnostics. Can't tell you how many dying trees I see with the vascular system cut off by girdled twine.
Terry Yurko
01:00:33
Same, Joan
Julie Weisenhorn
01:00:42
White guards also help reflect sunlight in winter and protect thin-barked trees from sunscald / frost cracking.
Monique Slipher
01:01:31
Yeah I thought it was for sunscald, they were only on one side of tree, so wouldn't stop deer necessarily?
David Jolly
01:01:41
Is there any data available for conifers?
Julie Weisenhorn
01:01:47
I think they outgrew their guards
Robert Wood
01:01:59
Our municipal specs require all ropes used in B&B be made of Hemp, degrades within 3 years.
Jeni Klein
01:02:02
In WI, they are deer/rodent guards until the trees outgrow them.
Elizabeth Jarvis
01:02:11
Three years is meaningless. I'd like to see same trees after 20 years. The trees I'm seeing are suffering with poor root development.
Adrian Langston
01:02:11
We practice top removal (top rung of the basket and twine/burlap removal). We plant 100s of b&bs at a time and I haven't seen a consistent technique for full basket removal that also prevents the root ball from crumbling
Owen Williamson
01:02:36
It's possible that the plastic originally covered the whole trunk, but they removed the twine prior to taking the pictures so it unraveled and was only covering one side.
Debra Knapke
01:03:26
thank you! Excellent discussion on "to remove or not remove the basket".
Barbara Conolly
01:03:35
This is a very short period of time in a tree's life. What about 15 or 25 years later?
howard stenn
01:04:22
Did you look at burlap or grow bag removal?
Leanne Wells
01:04:25
5-7 years isn't very long.....any longer studies for mature trees?
Robert Wood
01:04:29
We inspect trees at source of grower for complete B&B, do not accept loose B&B.
Kirtlye Wheeler
01:04:34
Provides strong protection during transport and while digging, plus it guards against pest damage (especially deer antler rub). It even helps to prevent sunscald, and it prevents damage from weed trimmers and mowers
Mark Hoenigman
01:04:39
The original root flare! Not an adventurous one.
Stephen Smith
01:04:49
If the contractor doesn't open up the wrapping they'll never see that the roots are 6 inches down.
Kirtlye Wheeler
01:04:50
looks bad too!
Leanne Wells
01:05:27
5-7 years is very short....any longer studies for mature trees?
Melissa Gildea
01:05:31
removing the bottom ring, placing the tree in the hole, stabilizing, and then cutting down the side to remove the basket is the least disruptive way for full removal.
Katherine Solosky
01:05:43
What about more sensitive trees? Honey locust and Norway maple are incredibly tenacious trees. I’d be curious about willow oak or something else that’s endangered or typically difficult to establish.
Mark Hoenigman
01:05:58
A lot of B&B trees once were containerized.
Esmie Avila
01:06:08
Doesn't the white guard elongate tree cells making the tree trunk weak?
Erik Burke
01:06:24
We plant with a lot of air pot stock and have much less problems.
becket dechant
01:06:27
I feel like the process of at least partial removal forces the planter into a situation where time is taken to find the flair, orient your planting and making sure that due care is taken. Removing material forces the planter to be more intentional and detail oriented.
Colin J. Zink
01:07:08
or the serrated edge of a soil knife
Erik Burke
01:07:08
We use dull pruning saws we retire from volunteer pruning program.
Owen Williamson
01:07:08
Agreed, Becket
Barbara Van Clief
01:07:11
What about interior circling roots that aren't visible with an inch or so removed from perimeter>>
Becky Pobst
01:07:12
That’s a good point Becket—I always tell our volunteers that “this is the chance to spend a little time with your tree and set it up right”
Lisa Simms
01:07:20
Yes! What Becket said! Also would like to see results of a longer term study: 20-30 years.
Heath Wright
01:07:25
On a tree survey last week I photographed three ginkgos that had girdled support roots from the wire baskets. Do you have research on older trees?
Adrian Langston
01:07:28
On container trees - We're adopting a new method to shave the sides of the rootball instead of using cultivators to work the roots. I think originated with Kim Coder
walter levison
01:07:40
we've been using "Pioneer" air-pruning pots in a couple of our biggest nurseries in last few years, so the industry in California is changing for the better, albeit very slowly. the pioneer pots prevent most or all girdling root formation in the nursery.
Melissa Gildea
01:07:42
No matter what, wouldn't you spend time to find the root flare?
Julie Weisenhorn
01:07:47
I always wondered if leaving the burlap affects soil nutrients - excess carbon that absorbs N as it breaks down? Maybe not as it breaks down so slowly.
Brian Jorgenson
01:08:13
Yup, planting depth and available root space is a bigger issue.
Liz Moss
01:08:16
it is common practice for me to use a good hand saw to shave the sides of the root ball of container stock
Mark Malone
01:08:32
Why not use tree stakes and tree tie?
Katherine Naegele
01:08:39
yeah I'm wondering that too
Kirtlye Wheeler
01:08:46
good point!
Katherine Naegele
01:09:08
maybe it's a regional thing, but we stake all our trees (all are containers)
Shawn Woodard
01:09:24
Anyone have any experience with contractor beating the basket down in the planting hole vs removal of portion of the basket. Seems this is what most of contractors I have worked with want to do to save time
Julie Weisenhorn
01:09:26
That was some silty soil
Elaine Mills
01:09:35
what about ball anchors?
Jay Banks
01:10:05
Root washing all but eliminates the issues described.
Stephen Smith
01:10:07
Contractors plant them with half the root ball above the ground then bury and mulch it.
Liz Moss
01:10:25
I do arbor tie in figure 8 on opposing sides, basically keeping a tree from blowing over in sustaining wind of our campus
Linnea Oneill
01:10:25
It depends on the soil. Wisconsin is sandy. Here in Chicago the soil is clay. The trees will not flop over after planting, the clayey soil holds it.
Liz Moss
01:10:42
only when needed
Kristopher Brown
01:10:49
ArborStakes are an excellent choice if you want completely biodegradable.
Nora Palmatier
01:11:04
We do Psychological staking with very loose arbor tie (2 inch slack) in our parks and streets. It's there to deter dogs, soccer balls, and destruction. Then in 2 years it's taken off by volunteers.
Esmie Avila
01:11:12
in Arizona we use it to reduce evaporation water loss
Amanda Cruty
01:11:20
In Syracuse we stake park trees parallel to prevailing winds
Katherine Naegele
01:11:46
Nora Palmatier "psychological staking" LOLOL
Owen Williamson
01:11:46
Nora - that's interesting. Any reason to do psychological staking instead of just encircling it with chicken wire or something similar?
Jun Wei Choo
01:11:48
Test name
Melissa Gildea
01:12:16
Me too, loose Arbor tie. Actually, generally we don't stake and have about .03% blow over.
Kristopher Brown
01:12:18
ArbrStakes are an excellent choice if you want completely biodegradable tree stakes.
Monique Slipher
01:12:38
I've done "psych staking" in neighborhood of our univ. campus too, it seems to help deter vandalism of young trees
Robert Wood
01:12:51
I prefer no above ground stakes, liability of trips and falls on street trees was a problem. https://www.caddetails.com/main/company/viewproduct?productID=18387&companyID=4927&isFeatured=False
PUN YIN HO
01:13:04
No soil compaction
walter levison
01:13:10
has anyone experimented by augering 12" diameter, 5 foot long holes below planting pits, and filling them with 3/4" drain rock? I am currently doing an experiment with 25 oaks planted using standard pit, and 25 oaks planted with this augered hole treatment, to see if the roots will grow down into those lower elevations of the soil profile and thus increase the "rootable soil volume" by 2 or 300%, and hopefully increase tree girth and tree height growth over time as compared to the control.
Gabriel Racine
01:13:13
too fast
Katherine Naegele
01:13:13
Robert Wood how weird, we literally never don't stake out here, and nobody seems to trip :)
Jeff Edgar
01:13:34
When we move trees, it's an unnatural process. Nurseries do the best they can to have the trees survive. We have to give up something in order to have the trees survive the longest. Instead of traditional container growing or even field growing, try some of the newer containers or even grow in boxes. Trees can be transplanted anytime, without much transplant shock. Also, field soils go out with each B&B tree, which is never returned to the field. This in essence creates a highly erodible land condition.
Roddy Mackenzie
01:13:46
what volume?
Amanda Cruty
01:13:48
Ya, people tend to trip on the pits themselves before the stakes
Mark Malone
01:13:54
I use a tense line of tree tie between 2 stakes with a slack additional tree tie attached to that around the stem which allows the tree to sway 1"-2" in either direction, with no strangulation factor.
Naomi Zurcher
01:14:07
If a nursery requires the wire basket be retained for warranty purposes, I wouldn’t buy from that nursery.
Robert Wood
01:14:07
Well, we have strange people I guess. Small children in schools are a problem also.
Katherine Naegele
01:14:27
Robert Wood where are you located?
Jeremy Baker
01:14:34
We always stake with 60" Stakes and arbor tie, tied loosely. Those stakes are tall enough that people don't typically run in to them plus it allows enough movement for flare development.
Mina Vescera
01:14:44
Would it be possible to email participants the citations for all the journal articles referenced?
Robert Wood
01:14:58
Santa Fe New Mexico - very sandy soil and low water availability.
Naomi Zurcher
01:15:04
Robert Wood - have you tried a root ball staple as opposed to above ground staking? The material - untreated wood - will decompose and it stabilizes just the root ball without affecting above ground trunk movement
Melissa Gildea
01:15:06
Adding gravel in the tree pit perches the water table. there is a very interesting video about this. I'll try to post the link.
Owen Williamson
01:15:21
Agreed Jeremy. I'm wondering how tall these stakes are that people kept trying over, cause I just can't picture it
Owen Williamson
01:15:30
trippng*
Thomas Munn
01:15:58
young tree structural pruning - central leader cost effective
Debra Knapke
01:16:10
Impressed with how quickly and concisely you covered these oh, so important aspects of planting trees. (funny, too :)
Brock_L
01:16:14
Thank you!
Katherine Naegele
01:16:18
seriously, that was a fun one :)
Justin Paulson
01:16:19
Thank you!
Douglas Gutierrez
01:16:26
Well done!
ted martello
01:16:27
What Debra said
Thora Smith
01:16:29
Thank you everyone
Mike Mckee
01:16:29
Great job!
Michael Hitchcock
01:16:32
Thank you
Rachele Melious
01:16:34
Amazing presentation! Thank you all!
Jeremy Baker
01:16:35
Awesome! I learned a few new things today - thanks.
Marnie Brennan
01:16:37
Thank you great presentation
Robert Wood
01:16:37
Naomi - I have used those however I like these because they are removed 1-2 years and are re-used in next Planting.
Wendy Mazet
01:16:39
Thank you!
Richard Williams
01:16:42
Thanks!
Brent Lewis
01:16:45
I just taught about all of this in my class recently. I hope some of my students are here.
Tiffany Giacobazzi
01:16:45
Thank you all!
Stacey Auld
01:16:47
Very timely presentation for my work. Thank you!
Julie Weisenhorn
01:16:48
Thank you! This was a GREAT presentation - super informative!
Daniel Nation
01:16:48
Great job. Thanks for some very interesting information.
Guilherme
01:16:48
Great! Thank you all!
Christopher Morris
01:16:48
Thank you
Roddy Mackenzie
01:16:52
You mentioned frequency of irrigation by caliper, but how would you determine volume?
Mary Wilson
01:16:53
Excellent. Thank you.
Debra Knapke
01:16:53
Excellent, thank you to all speakers!
Rebecca Lane
01:16:54
Thank you :)
Ted Murphy
01:16:57
Thank you! Great information!
Luis Fematt
01:16:57
awesome webinar very informative
Jeni Klein
01:16:58
thank you
Bill Akens
01:16:59
thank you
Jamalludin Budin
01:16:59
Thank You from Malaysia
Claire Perko
01:17:02
Thanks!
Brian Bigley
01:17:02
👍
mitchell leatherby
01:17:03
Thank you from Rockford IL !
Melissa Gildea
01:17:03
I appreciate the comprehensive discussion.
Sung ae Sim
01:17:04
great presentation and so much useful information!!!!
Patrick Slattery
01:17:05
thanks!
Milo Friesen
01:17:05
Thanks all - always good stuff
Matty REED
01:17:06
Thanks all from Sydney, Oz
Derek Welsh
01:17:07
Thank you
William Becker
01:17:07
Thanks
becket dechant
01:17:09
thank you!
Mike Reichenbach
01:17:10
Thank You!!
Isobel Roy
01:17:10
Thank you from Alaska
TEDDY KAPERA
01:17:11
Thank you all
Robert Elliott
01:17:11
thanks!
Lori Hayes
01:17:12
thank you all!
John McMillin
01:17:14
Thank you. Very informative.
Brian Bigley
01:17:17
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Cathy Bentley
01:17:17
Great info and presentations, thanks so much.
jose paz
01:17:18
Thanks!
Heather Schibli
01:17:19
I was on for the entirety but through my phone. Do I send you my phone number with email address? Thanks!
Waylon D'Souza
01:17:21
Thank you
See-Yin Lim
01:17:24
Thanks you! Great presentation!
Wai Lee
01:17:28
thanks for the presentation.
Flavio Pereira Telles
01:17:28
Thank you for the presentations this afternoon
Lisa Simms
01:17:30
Thank you!
Joel Smith
01:17:30
Learned a lot, thank you!
Terrence Flanagan
01:17:32
Any chance that we can review the slides of this presentation? A lot of the information was quickly presented without the time to fully digest the data.
Jane Brubaker
01:17:35
Great information-I may need to watch it again.
Melissa Lippincott
01:17:37
Thank you!
Sandy Feather
01:17:38
Thank you!
Nada Kbar
01:17:42
thank you for the informative presentation
Dennis Fischer
01:17:43
well done, thank you.
Barbara Van Clief
01:17:43
Learned lots! Thanks!
Timothy Teynor
01:17:44
Thanks for the great webinar with informative slides. We stake newly-planted trees to prevent vandalism.
Mark Brown
01:17:48
Great presentation, thank you!
Ian McDermott
01:17:51
Great to hear you gents again, thanks for the presentation
Tim Kohlhauff
01:17:53
Thank you for a great presentation. I'll have to rewatch to soak in all the info. Thank you!
Chris Fehringer
01:17:55
Thank you for the great info.
TOMAS MARTINEZ-TRINIDAD
01:17:56
Excellent presentation! Thanks
Susan Knoch
01:17:57
Learned some more great information! Thanks
Wing Kei Kwong
01:18:00
thank you for the presentation
stan haralson
01:18:01
Lots of good info, thanks for your time
Charles Livio
01:18:02
Charlie Livio, Great webinar, thanks!
Christopher Gabbard
01:18:11
great info, thanks!
Karen Cox
01:18:17
for our heavy clay compacted soils we use a depth of 28" for volume calculations
Sherlyn Ong
01:18:17
Great info and presentation. Thanks
Esther Hope
01:18:17
Thanks so much. I always learn something useful.
Ken Pfalzgraf
01:18:17
Thank you from Beverly Hills, CA
Joseph Charap
01:18:22
THANX
Marta Stauts
01:18:23
Thank you for a great presentation.
Alexandre Prioletta
01:18:23
Great presentation Thank you!
Diane Wetherbee
01:18:24
So much great information packed into that presentation. Thanks to all of you. I'm going to have to watch it on replay just to take it all in.
Kyle Dingus
01:18:25
Wonderful webinar! Thanks!
Bonnie Fermanuik
01:18:26
thanks
Christian Koslosky
01:18:26
thank you
Tina Drew-Morgan
01:18:27
Very well done
Nicholas Drunasky
01:18:30
Great information from 3 Pointers! Thanks guys!
LINDA G TENNESON
01:18:31
Hi from Sauk Rapids, MN Best Tree Fund presentations I've seen in two years I have been watching.
Dale Hildebrandt
01:18:32
Great presentation
Marion Mahn
01:18:34
Great information today - to remove or not to - it is still the question - I would remove - I do not like the wires in the ground !
Tiffany Giacobazzi
01:18:43
How far down should the burlap be pulled back?
Mau Wo Cheng
01:18:49
Thank you for the great presentation.
Brandon Au
01:18:50
Thank you for this presentation... definitely great information and will watch this presentation again and take some notes : )
Todd Kucharski
01:18:53
Excellent presentation but an hour was too short. Thank you.
Xudong Bao
01:18:54
Thank you, great presentation
Phil Healey
01:18:56
Thank you always remove he wire baskets, get pictures
Kathryn Earle
01:18:57
Thanks for the great presentation!
Brandi Blaisdell
01:18:59
Thank you everyone for your time, I have another meeting I have to jump for.
Nicole Smith
01:19:00
This was very informative and interesting- thank you! Can we get access to the slides?
LAr. Puteri Khairul Fathiah Fahimudin
01:19:03
Excellent sharing. Thank you so much from Malaysia
Paul DePhillips
01:19:05
Great presentation! Thank you
Stephen Smith
01:19:07
We take off top half, in the hole so the ball doesn't get loose.
Patrick Marshall
01:19:07
I always enjoy these presentations.
Franklin Brackman
01:19:11
Great information, much new stuff, Thanks!
Patrick Key
01:19:17
Thank you !
JOHN MARTYN
01:19:18
10 out of 10 !!
Richard Gibney
01:19:21
Gotta go - good job.
Hollie Call
01:19:30
Thank you
Jason Beury
01:19:30
if you spec to remove top 2/3 you'll know they made the hole big enough
Jason Kruegel
01:19:31
Thank you very much for this presentation-the depth and watering guidelines are very helpfu
Max Pinedo
01:19:43
Thank you. Very informative.
Arsen Margossian
01:19:46
Do like us in Southern California: no wire baskets period!
Richard Gibney
01:20:04
We specify removal of at least the top ten inches of basket after stabilizing the tree in the hole.
Ivan Heng
01:20:08
Thanks.
Athena Salzer
01:20:09
Yes. I’m very curious to see how that basket affects the tree in 20 years, for sure.
Mark Malone
01:20:14
We use an auger to dig and add composted wood chips, topsoil and some biochar, while the auger is spinning. This helps mix everything into the native soils.
Leanne Wells
01:20:17
Retirement study! Good idea.
Owen Williamson
01:20:18
You're putting a lot of faith in city planting record keeping 😆
Chantelle Plumley
01:20:25
thank you so much for the great presentation!
Jun Wei Choo
01:20:29
Hello host. This Jun Wei CHOO (SG-0297A). Great presentation!! Can’t see the name that I’m log onto zoom. Using a family iPad.
Denis Lebel
01:20:43
Watering twice weekly can get a little tricky depending on precipitation amounts, is it better to water based on the forecast and precipitation amounts for that week
Marion Mahn
01:20:45
Will definitely join - Marion Mahn
Dan Cook
01:20:48
thanks
Vincent Cotrone
01:20:58
ISA had it
Daniel Nation
01:21:05
Nice office, Dr. Rich. 🙂
Melissa Gildea
01:21:11
This is the interesting classic soil videoThe Video from Grembloux is : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ego2FkuQwxc
Steven Pregler
01:21:20
Lindsay Pursell has a great planting publication!
Allyson Salisbury
01:21:20
nice job guys!
Arnas Švelnikas
01:21:40
Good Presentations, Thank You guys
Denis Lebel
01:21:53
Very informative for the limited time of this presentation
Arsen Margossian
01:22:10
roots jump also over the barrier
Jason Beury
01:22:34
remesh in the sidewalk near the tree allows it to push up without cracking
Brian Jorgenson
01:22:49
seems that would reduce the growth of the tree long term, but cutting it off from additional soil areas
Ellen ODwyer
01:23:21
Great presentation - easy to understand and good illustrations. I'd love to share with our residents from the Shade tree Commission. The 'after' photos are particularly compelling to say, 'this is what can happen'
Leanne Wells
01:23:32
It's not the trees fault! It's out built environment.
michael loftus
01:23:42
Thank You …. great presentation
Angela Powell
01:23:42
Super informative presentation Thank you! (Basket: to remove or not to remove; that is the question. As an arborist, I always remove the basket and all the fibers.)
Katherine Naegele
01:23:43
does anyone here root wash? It's recommended really strongly by some out west
Mark Piermarini
01:23:45
Mark Piermarini City of Leominster Thank you very much.
Josh Story
01:24:21
How do we know if our CEUs have been submitted?
Charlie English
01:24:23
Video ended and had to finish on phone.Charlie English MW-3945UA. Thank you!
Brian Jorgenson
01:24:25
We did root washing on occasion, worked well for the most part and had very little mortality.
Steven Pregler
01:24:26
If I have a clay or clay loam soil root ball that is intact, its very easy to remove all materials. If not I remove baskets and set and partially backfill and than cut off the top of the burlap.
Elliott Church
01:24:58
Seconded
Katherine Naegele
01:25:12
Thanks, Brian. I've had mixed results, but it may be operator error in our heavy clay.
Robert Wood
01:25:14
Katherine Naegele - we use washing, bare root, within parks a lot, works well with smaller trees.
Elliott Church
01:25:19
There's also the podcast factor
Katherine Naegele
01:25:22
thanks, Robert
laulac
01:25:26
Thank you !
Charlie English
01:25:32
Nice program. Thank you
Brandon Au
01:25:35
On Oahu, we do not recommend mulch at this time due to the Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle as they breed in mulch. We do love mulch and hopefully can use again in the future!
Robert Pallatta
01:25:40
remove wire basket..of course..pulled out a deaD holly yesterday with the truck.. root ball was a block of clay with 8 or ten spindly roots..remove wire basket before planting ? of course you should
Jamie Kirby
01:25:41
thank you!!
Julie Weisenhorn
01:25:42
Thanks Rich for taking my question!
Daniel Kunkel
01:25:43
Thank you!
Stephen Smith
01:25:45
Nursery tells me the copper burlap only last 2-3 months longer than natural.
Steven Pregler
01:25:48
Handle root balls with care!
Kevin Lyles
01:25:49
nice job all!
Emilyvette DeGaetano
01:25:50
Thank you!
Anne LeSenne
01:25:53
Great Presentation!!
Amanda Cruty
01:25:54
Great presentation. Could talk all day, thank you!
Athena Salzer
01:25:58
Thank you!
Monika Buczko
01:25:58
thank you so much!!!
Douglas Gutierrez
01:25:58
👏
Michael Pavlis
01:25:59
thank you
Ellen Bauske
01:25:59
Useful. Thanks
David Bienemann
01:26:01
Thank you!
Joe Grijalva
01:26:02
Thank you guys!
Kathleen Cue
01:26:04
Thank you!
George Conroy
01:26:05
great webinar!!!
Frederic Chalfant
01:26:05
Great resentation!
Julie Weisenhorn
01:26:06
Thank you again everyone! Great presentation, great chat going on too!
Nada Kbar
01:26:07
Thank you
Katherine Naegele
01:26:07
thanks so much!!!!
Colleen Spakowski
01:26:08
Thank you!
Rick Vasquez
01:26:08
Thank you!
Barbara Whittaker
01:26:08
excellent information!
Jacky Soh Swee Meng
01:26:08
Thanks
Connor Howard
01:26:11
Thank you
Miriam Cattabriga
01:26:13
great presentation!!!
Karen Cox
01:26:13
Awesome!!
Melissa Gildea
01:26:13
Thank you!
Patrick George
01:26:13
Thanks
Erik Burke
01:26:14
Thanks!
Aaron Wurts
01:26:14
Thanks from the Comox Valley!
Bettina Henkelman
01:26:16
👏
Ana Pfleeger
01:26:16
Thank you
Rob Wasley
01:26:18
Thank You!!!
Milton Davies
01:26:18
Thank you!
Brian Bigley
01:26:18
👏
Matthew McBain
01:26:18
We've been purchasing primarily Root Trapper or Root Keeper grown trees. 1. Often get more trees for your money. 2. They can be moved easier by one or two people/Volunteers. 3. You get to SEE the roots when the bag is removed. 4. We meet our 2"cal minimum UDO guidelines. Very high success rates 2-4 years down the road. :^)
Keith Hering
01:26:19
Thank you! ~Keith Hering
Andrew Burger
01:26:19
Thanks from BC Canada
Hilary Shughart
01:26:20
Thanks!
Terrence Flanagan
01:26:20
thank you!
Brian Blessing
01:26:21
thanks
Brian Jorgenson
01:26:21
THanks for the excellent presentation and great discussion here on chat channel
Samuel Cannon
01:26:22
Thank you! ¡Long live trees!
Dale Dickens
01:26:23
Awesome guys!
Julianne Schieffer
01:26:24
THank you from another Pointer!
Matthew Ginsky
01:26:25
Thank you!
Timothy Brogan
01:26:25
Thank you
Mike Reichenbach
01:26:25
Great presentation
karla rudnicki
01:26:27
awesome
Patrick Arbuthnott
01:26:27
Thank You :D
Amanda Shepperd
01:26:28
Thank you!
Flavio Pereira Telles
01:26:28
Thank you Tree Foundation
Chris Kincaid
01:26:30
Thank you all, very good.
Shawnee Luciani
01:26:30
Thanks!
Wayne Turner
01:26:31
Thank you- so useful!
Scott Zeidler
01:26:32
much appreciated. Good work
Will Shoup
01:26:33
😀
Jose Macias
01:26:35
Great experience!
Danielle Dangleman
01:26:35
Thanks!
Stuart Sours
01:26:35
Great stuff
Clifford Perkins
01:26:36
Tank You
Slavica Mickovic
01:26:37
Thank you for this great presentation
Lisamarie Schieli
01:26:37
thank you very informative!
Lam Tran
01:26:40
Thank you so much!
Mary Tipping
01:26:41
Great presentation. Thank you!!
David Jolly
01:26:41
Well done...thank you guys
William Udell
01:26:41
Thanks!
Elijah Nichols
01:26:42
Thank you!
Jeremiah Beach
01:26:42
Great job, thanks guys
Andrew Murano
01:26:43
Thanks!
monika otting
01:26:44
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Ana Francisco
01:26:46
Thanks very good presentation.
Ed Garry
01:26:49
Thank you Great job
JOSE SEPULVEDA
01:26:51
Thanks. Nice Webinar.
Cathy Justice
01:26:53
Thank you
Tiffany Giacobazzi
01:26:53
Thank you!
Renee Province
01:26:55
Thank You!!
Laura Fay
01:26:55
👏
Michael Musinski
01:26:59
Thank you
Kristin Wild
01:26:59
Thanks TREE Fund and our researchers!
Jonathan Rizzo
01:27:00
Thank you all
Jon Brokaw
01:27:04
Thank you!
Leanne Wells
01:27:07
Thank you all
Kirt Ormesher
01:27:08
Thanks all!
Tracy Koslosky
01:27:09
Thank you!
Christopher Pardee
01:27:11
Thanks for great presentation
Karen Rockoff
01:27:12
Thank you for all your time
Jenelpha Ferguson
01:27:13
Thank You
PUN YIN HO
01:27:13
THANKS
Larry LaGrange 7217
01:27:13
hanks
Jeremiah Beach
01:27:14
Thank you
Joyce Brown
01:27:15
Awesome thank you!
Adrianne Weremchuk
01:27:15
Thank you! - Adrianne Weremchuk
Miche Palmer
01:27:16
thank you!
Wing Kei Kwong
01:27:18
thanks
Omar Escauriza
01:27:20
Thanks
Richard Pratt
01:27:21
Thanks Delawera
Chris Madison
01:27:23
Thank you!
John Allison
01:27:24
thanks