Arboriculture is fieldwork, and thus arborists are obliged to have a means of recording important tree details, when in the field. However, it might be inconvenient to carry around some notebook or even to write stuff down on the phone due to lack of memory, and no dedicated notepad to record things neatly and handily.
With hundreds of trees every year to be worked on, to pinpoint the exact location of the tree being inspected for future endeavors is very important. Only writing down the address of a client is not always helpful, as sometimes trees are located in distant locations or not all from many trees require attention.
Tree bracing is supposed to be inspected every couple of years to check, if it is still working correctly or maybe requires some adjustment or renewal. Many times a client forgets to call the arborist for check up, and an arborist – a busy person, is also not a memory stick. Thus, bracing is left for too long and results in stem girdling, which causes damage to the ree and poses a risk of failure.
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