tree surgeon


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tree surgery

n.
Treatment of diseased or damaged trees, as by pruning or bracing branches.

tree surgeon n.
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Noun1.tree surgeon - a specialist in treating damaged treestree surgeon - a specialist in treating damaged trees
specialiser, specialist, specializer - an expert who is devoted to one occupation or branch of learning
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MOST PRUDENT PRUNING Richmond explains that employing a professional tree surgeon to prune larger trees isn't only to reduce the potential risk to the homeowner and their property, but to avoid damage from misinformed pruning, which can adversely affect trees for many years, possibly causing premature decline and death.
He was assisted by fellow tree surgeon Andy Fielding, of Green Leaf Tree Services.
The RSPCA said its inspector was 200 miles away and suggested a tree surgeon would be quicker.
Tony Hague Any tree surgeon worth his salt would check if a preservation order was in place before felling any tree.
If it is too big a job, call in a professional tree surgeon.
If you are worried it is too big a job, call in a professional tree surgeon.
Morton keeper Andy McNeil knows he can branch out into a new career when he hangs up his gloves after qualifying as a tree surgeon.
The former tree surgeon, from Evesham, Worcestershire, made contact following the Sunday Mercury feature last week on the mighty 90ft lone specimen on Edgbaston's Bristol Road.
Abu Dhabi: Abu Dhabi has flown in a "tree surgeon" from the UK to give trees here a new lease of life.
Caroline climbs one of them with help from tree surgeon Jo Hedger.