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New BS 8545 draft out for

  23/09/2015
Last Updated:  29/09/2015
Draft for Public Comment: BS 8545 Trees: from nursery to independence in the landscape – Recommendations Review published: 18 June 2013 Review end date: 31 August 2013 Draft Scope: This British Standard gives recommendations for transplanting young trees successfully from the nursery, through to achieving their eventual independence in the landscape. This British Standard applies to trees where a distinct crown has been prepared in the nursery. It does not apply to whips, transplants and seedlings, or to other woody material. Please view the draft on the BSI website: drafts.bsigroup.com/Home/Details/51280 Please also encourage others in the industry to take a look and comment by responding directly on the BSI website.