Ash dieback confirmed at five sites
Statutory notices have been served on owners of the plantations requiring the destruction of around 5,000 affected ash saplings and associated plant debris.Full Story
“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”
Since: Mar 07
#1 Nov 19, 2012
Makes an interesting difference to the labour party's finest new recruits in my locale.
There the ash dieback is due to a nitwit or two with a blunt machete or long knife removing the bark wholesale with cut marks in underlying wood from a height of 1m to 1.8m.
Result is not pretty, and usually strikes trees about 7 years past the sapling stage.
Apparent culprits are part of (a?) teen kid gang(s), whom want to have a set of balls but have not managed to grow them yet. Other characteristic signs are vandalised property & belongings and a characteristic call "Paedo" to anyone getting in the way of the vandalism or clearing them out of the backyard. Apparently it put vandalism victim at a disadvantege & encouraged vigilante attacks versus anybody opposing the kid gang.
Labour party's finest now having a tough time as a result of recent libel of major conservative party fundraiser online.
Last export of gang into local area via newly built brownite mixed estate led to neighbours + me evicting their parents+kids (8&10) in February 2012.
The greenhouse in my back garden is now history & all the cacti rooted in the floor space died as a result of frost following window breakage that resulted in their eviction.
Have a nice day: Ag
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