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Hay fever trials in Lygon Street

October 10, 2014

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Tree Logic was involved in recent trials in Lygon Street, Melbourne in a bid to reduce hay-fever symptoms.  Reported in the Daily Mail, the Tree Logic developed Smart-Shot injector was used to inject the trees along Lygon Street.  Read more . . .

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Garlic Injections could tackle tree diseases

October 9, 2014

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BBC News – Science and Environment have reported that injecting trees with a concentrated form of garlic might help save trees in the UK from deadly diseases. Read more . . . .

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Untapped potential – Mycorrhizae

November 27, 2013

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Soils support a complex ecosystem and alongside water and air, are one the three major natural resources fundamental to supporting terrestrial life by allowing plants to thrive.  This article looks specifically at one group of organisms, mycorrhizal fungi and the important collaborative relationship they hold with the majority of terrestrial plants. Three basic components constitute […]

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Spring is the time to get Elm Leaf Beetle treatment

September 12, 2012

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Insecticides that are used by Logical Tree Management for the control of Elm Leaf Beetle are systemic suspension concentrated insecticides.  To the average gardener, this means that when the chemical is either injected into the soil around the base of the tree (soil injection) or directly into the trunk of the tree (trunk injection) the […]

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Myrtle Rust

May 30, 2012

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Myrtle Rust (Uredo rangelii) is a recently described anamorphic (asexually reproducing) rust fungus (Simpson et al. 2006), that is closely related to the Eucalyptus/Guava rusts (Puccina psidii), a pathogen native to parts of South America and the cause of Guava rust.

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Opportunistic fungal infections of trees

May 29, 2012

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Manion (1981) estimates that there are close to 100,000 species of fungi that each has special environmental requirements and occupy specific niches.  Fungi can fulfil many roles and for the most part, fungal activity is highly beneficial to both human beings and the forest community.  Their most important role is as saprophytes, breaking down dead […]

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