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  1. Comment by Karina Ponton posted on

    Looks great!

  2. Comment by broadleaf charcoal posted on

    I think we should be encouraging wood to be cleaned before removal from woodland e.g. charcoal for cleaning rivers and milling for local us not moving diseases and different types of microbes around .

  3. Comment by graham wheeler posted on

    where may I obtain a copy?

  4. Comment by John Hawkins posted on

    Can you request , or buy , copy of this poster?

  5. Comment by Andy Stott posted on

    Suppress weeds needs some clarification. What counts as a weed and how should it be suppressed. Could promote wide use of herbicides.

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      Comment by wendyjohnson posted on

      Thanks for your comment. Our summary infographic was produced to help raise awareness of the different ways woodland owners can manage their woodlands. Controlling competing weed growth is an important management activity to ensure the successful establishment of your young trees. The best method for achieving an appropriate level of weed control will be dependent on your site and a number of site specific factors, for which there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Whilst we take a stance of reducing chemical use wherever possible, the use of herbicides is still an effective method which will be used in some situations.