arboriculture

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arboriculture

the cultivation of trees or shrubs, esp for the production of timber

arboriculture

[¦är·bə·rə¦kəl·chər]
(botany)
The cultivation of ornamental trees and shrubs.
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Arboriculturists make sure that trees in amenity and conservation areas are managed, maintained and kept in a safe condition.
They may also be known as consultant arboriculturists, arboricultural officers or tree officers.
For a qualified Arboriculturist Consultant near you, call the Arboricultural Association on: 01794 368717 or visit www.
Progress on the work has been delayed by the need to obtain a comprehensive report from an arboriculturist on the extent of the damage caused to the riverside avenue of trees.
Arboriculturist John Whitehead said: ``Kew Gardens and its huge collection of plants from so many different countries provided a botanical journey round the world.
Dad Carwyn, who was withSarah throughout the 22-hour longlabour, works as a tree arboriculturist with West Coast Energy in the Dolgellau area.
The course is designed for competent arboriculturists who already carry five years' experience and wish to expand their knowledge to a further, more professional level.
That's the challenge that faces us as arboriculturists.
It was the admiring comments from visitors that prompted The National Trust to give the tall order to specialist arboriculturists to measure the tree.
Aimed at competent arboriculturists, the course will enable holders of the qualification to care for and manage trees professionally, making estates, green spaces and public gardens safer places to visit.
Arboriculturists make sure trees in amenity and conservation areas are managed, maintained and kept in a safe condition.