Where poles are required, it is better to treat the trees as coppice and to cut the trunk level with the soil.
COPPICE, or Copse (from an O.
Heaths and coppice alternate with pastures and arable land; pools and marshes are numerous, especially in the north.
coppice rotation of up to eight years.
The trees felled will be replaced with a coppice woodland.
coppice stools which may appear like a ring of younger stems!
The predominant tree is oak, many arising from coppice shoots from an earlier woodland, and there are some planted beech.
In addition to large stands of fast-growing conifers, there is extensive sweet chestnut coppice.
The young oaks have features which suggest an origin in some form of long growing coppice.
Among these is an area of hazel coppice which is part of the historic management of the site.
An adjacent chestnut coppice worked on a 20 year rotation was unnoticed by the artist at the time of the commission.
Further along the main path, the firs give way to reveal sweet chestnut coppice.
coppice willow clones.
coppice shoots from the stump.
Includes short rotation coppice studies, fisheries, farmland songbirds, and news.
Beware also of very large old coppice stools which may appear like a ring of younger stems!
trees felled will be replaced with a coppice woodland.
Bracken beds in sunny locations can develop a simple spring flora (including violets) that mimics that found in coppice woodland.
willow coppice grown on his own farm.
pedunculata, and the bark of trees growing in the open is more valuable than the produce of the dense forest or coppice.
Two Mile Coppice contains the last remnant of ancient woodland in the Weymouth area.
The currently favored crop under northern European conditions is willow grown as short rotation coppice.
Much of the native woodland is dominated by sessile oak which was worked for coppice nearly 200 years ago.
And the idea of growing short rotation coppice of willows to burn to provide electric power is already being tried.
The adjacent woodland is a mixture of old coppice, ash and maple with semi-mature oak.
Walk to the far right corner and pass through a small coppice to meet a lane.
All vehicles replaced by hydrogen fuel cell vehicles with zero CO 2 emissions, powered by renewable, short-rotation coppice produced fuel.
What to see: hornbeam coppice woodland with mature oaks.
We have started a project using short rotation coppice willow clones.
He installed a heating system which is fuelled by willow coppice grown on his own farm.
Apple orchards are plentiful in favored situations, especially adjoining the Herefordshire border, and oak coppice abounds.
coppice with standards is the objective, then no more than 10 native standard trees per hectare are kept.
cutter bee from Harry and a Nomada bee I collected at Briar Hill Coppice.
The woodland is mainly hazel coppice and is home to the rare dormouse.
hazel coppice which is part of the historic management of the site.
hornbeam coppice woodland with mature oaks.
hornbeam trees in the wood - grown out of coppice for charcoal making.
Application of landfill leachate to willow short rotation coppice.
poplar coppice on biofuels and forestry.
sessile oak which was worked for coppice nearly 200 years ago.
Some energy crops (short rotation coppice for example) can be planted on set-aside land without the set-aside payment being revoked.
One of the first things that Ragazzo noticed about the house in Coppice Row was the sweet rather sickly smell which hung over everything.
As the coppice grows it provides safe nesting sites for woodland songbirds such as willow warbler, marsh tit and blackcap.
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