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essentialARB covers all aspects of arboriculture. Each issue contains a lively mix of contractor features, machinery and arborist kit reviews, conference and show reports and all the latest industry news.

Published bi-monthly, essentialARB's content will appeal to anyone working in the business of caring for trees - arborists, tree surgeons, tree officers, consultants and ecologists.

You can take a look at some of the features in the latest issue of essentialARB below.

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essentialARB this month (Issue 71)...

Fair and just

On May Day morning, Matthew Hughes of Just Trees is in a mature and spacious, privately owned garden in Wickham Bishops, Essex. Matthew, at the top of his tripod ladder, held firmly in place by groundsman James Raymond, is pruning the tops of a 15-foot-high Lawson Cypress hedge using a long-handled tree pruning pole saw.

Both the ladder and saw are some of the core tools in an arborist’s kit and crucial when servicing private client more

Transformed country estate will attract arborists

The quarrying company Tarmachas owned the 1,000-acre Panshanger Park in Hertfordshire since the1950s.

Now, sand and gravel extraction has been completed and the company has been restoring the quarry to a country park and nature reserve. It is already attracting an abundance of wildlife and thousands of visitors every year.

Panshanger Park is a registered Grade II historic park and garden, with much of the parkland created by Humphry more

LJX Services

LJX Ltd Tree Services, based in Langbank, Renfrewshire, has been investing in new equipment to help fulfil the requirements of a number of contracts it has with Scottish local authorities and highways departments. Recently, essentialARB reported on its purchase of a third Fuso Canter from Euro Commercials in South Wales and, just before Easter, we visited its headquarters to hear more about the business and plans for the future.

Daniel Kerr and his business partner Stephen Smith are the driving force behind the company, supported on the office side by Dan’s wife Maria. Dan was more

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