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Trees for Schools Competition Winner

September 12, 2012

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Trees for Schools Competition Winner Wales Street Primary Congratulations to Wales Street Primary School cialis buy online in Thornbury who are worthy winners of Tree Logic’s annual tree planting competition, Trees for Schools. An historic red brick building and some some very impressive mature Peppercorns (Schinus molle L) are definitely a feature but, as we know, […]

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Shrine's Lone Pine losing the fight

June 22, 2012

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In recent articles we have described in detail the fungal infection found to be impacting many Pine trees in Victoria and in particular have made reference to the consultancy work done for Melbourne City Council in regards to the Lone Pine at Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance. Unfortunately the prognosis is online pharmacy viagra not good as damage caused […]

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Melbourne celebrates International Year of the Forest

September 8, 2011

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To celebrate the United Nations International Year of the Forest, The City of Melbourne invites you to put your creativity to the test and make a powerful visual statement about why trees and green infrastructure is important to you. With cash prizes of cheap viagra up to $5,000, artists, designers, students and all members of the community can […]

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2011 ISA Annual Conference and Trade Show

September 8, 2011

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Tree Logic headed to Sydney for the recent ISA conference where we ‘officially’ launched the new treelogictools.com.au website. It was a great event to be involved in, buyers were particularly viagra cheap interested in our extensive book range and we made many positive connections with new suppliers who are interested in selling their product in […]

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Developments in Native Tree Species

September 8, 2010

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Planting trends in our streets and parks by John Fitzgibbon (Metropolitan Tree Growers) and Peter May (May Horticulture Services) Most of the native trees being sold into the urban landscape market in Australia are still seedling grown.  This means that plant-to-plant genetic variation is part of the deal.  While genetic variability is important in some […]

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Plenty Trees for Kids

September 8, 2010

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On Wednesday 14 July, the Tree Logic physical services staff had a planting day at Plenty Parklands Primary School after they were successful winners of the Arbor Day Competition ‘Trees for Kids’.

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