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Tree Surgeon Cuts Bough of Diseased Chestnut A tree surgeon fells a diseased Chestnut tree by the technique known as sectional dismantling where the tree is felled one piece at a time, as is shown here with a cut bough section being dropped to the ground. This felling technique involves using ropes and spikes for the surgeon to climb the tree, then if needed, the use of ropes to lower the branches to the ground, or for small sections of tree trunk, safely dropped to the ground, as here. This technique is ideal for trees that are dead, dangerous, storm damaged, overhanging buildings & property or sites which have difficult access and or are growing in a confined space. Tree Stock Photo
A tree surgeon fells a diseased Chestnut tree by the technique known as sectional dismantling where the tree is felled one piece at a time, as is shown here with a cut bough section being dropped to the ground. This felling technique involves using ropes and spikes for the surgeon to climb the tree, then if needed, the use of ropes to lower the branches to the ground, or for small sections of tree trunk, safely dropped to the ground, as here. This technique is ideal for trees that are dead, dangerous, storm damaged, overhanging buildings & property or sites which have difficult access and or are growing in a confined space.

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A tree surgeon fells a diseased Chestnut tree by the technique known as sectional dismantling where the tree is felled one piece at a time, as is shown here with a cut bough section being dropped to the ground. This felling technique involves using ropes and spikes for the surgeon to climb the tree, then if needed, the use of ropes to lower the branches to the ground, or for small sections of tree trunk, safely dropped to the ground, as here. This technique is ideal for trees that are dead, dangerous, storm damaged, overhanging buildings & property or sites which have difficult access and or are growing in a confined space.

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