Guide to Tree Pruning
Guide to Tree Pruning Tree Pruning
is part of a series of general information leaflets produced by the Arboricultural Association. The Association provides membership services, accreditation and support to 2,500 professional arborists in the UK and further afield. Should...
A brief guide to tree work terminology and definitions
WHAT’S IN A WORD? Tree pruning
may be necessary to maintain a tree
in a safe condition, to remove dead branches, to promote growth, to regulate size and shape or to improve the quality of flowers, fruit or timber. Improper pruning
can lead to trees becoming unsightly, dise...
What are the typical services of an arboricultural contractor?
Services typically required of an arboricultural contractor are: Tree
maintenance operations including pruning
, and related works to relevant British Standards (see our Tree
Work Terminology page) Tree
planting operations and aftercare/establishment programmes ...
Conference Timetable 2019
Conference Timetable 2019 List of confirmed speakers now available below, more details will be confirmed in the coming weeks. <!-- BOOK HERE --> Monday 9 September Morning session Theme: Tree
Population Management and Canopy Cover Session Chair: Tony Kirk...
Help for Tree Owners
Help for Tree
Owners This section of our website is aimed directly at Tree
Owners offering guidance and advice for such things as pruning
, legal, maintenance, and selection amongst others. But remember we have a wealth of advice in our Help and Advice section so please be sur...
Conference focusses on the heart of arboriculture
This year’s Conference is focussing on the heart of arboriculture – managing trees and tree
New courses for 2018
We announce some new courses the Association has developed for 2018...
TeST: Technical Standards in Tree Work
New arboricultural standards TeST, which stands for Technical Standards in Tree
Work, started work in September 2019