Common fungi and their affects on your trees!

Bracket fungi information Bracket fungi are fruiting bodies which are found in many different forms, they attack the heartwood and cause irreversible damage to trees. The two most commonly seen bracket fungi are Inonotus Hispidus and Ganoderma Applanatum. Inonotus Hispidus; Ganoderma Applanatum; In the early stages of an infection, there is little evidence of die back or thinning in the canopy of the tree, which is why it is very important to keep your trees clear from debris and Ivy, (which makes it easier to spot these infections). By the time a bracket appears there is often extensive decay in the heartwood and actions will need to be taken in order to prevent the tree from dropping bran

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