Earlier this summer (during late August), I noticed a developing Rigidoporus ulmarius sporophore between two buttresses of a hybrid black poplar. Because of the location of the tree, both in terms of the target area and its exposed setting, it was evident that some form of management would likely be needed. As a result, crown reduction works were issued during early autumn, and following a further inspection by myself in late October, I took a few more images for comparison’s sake.
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Who did that reduction?