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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Armed with a new CV, Mark was soon applying for a range of jobs and secured an interview with Birmingham City Council supplier Amey for a position as an arboriculturist, managing trees, hedgerows and shrubs.
As an arboriculturist your tasks would include carrying out detailed surveys of sites to record the number of trees and their condition.
It is advisable to have it checked by a qualified Arboriculturist Consultant who can advise on the problem and its solution.
Lambton, "The Athar wa-ahya of Rashid al-Din Fadl Allah Hamadani and his Contributions as an Agronomist, Arboriculturist and Horticulturalist" in The Mongol Empire and Its Legacy, 146.
In the small cluttered office of his Treework environmental consultancy on the western outskirts of Bristol, arboriculturist Neville Fay digs out a well-thumbed copy of the British Standards guidelines which apply to his profession.
There is a natural-resources expert, two groundskeepers, and Fred Nilsen, an arboriculturist, who for nine years now has overseen Forest Park's day-to-day maintenance from hit desk in the back of a shed.
But residents started a petition and organised their own arboriculturist's report to prove the landmark tree could be safely managed.
On Saturday and Sunday at 11am and 2pm, arboriculturist Chris Shortis and historian David Yates will lead free walks in the woods.
The company, run by arboriculturist Quentin Nicholls with the help of his wife, Cornelia, is the classic example of spotting a gap in the market and working out how to fill it.
But an inspecting arboriculturist, who visited, said there was nothing to suggest the tree was weak.