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Discussion in 'Tree Climbing, Pruning, Felling' started by Guest, Apr 6, 2009.
looks like a locust
maybe a globe locust
we just yop them back every so often
until they are just crapped out then remove them
Thornless would also lean it away from black locust as most of them have thorns
It sorta looks like a russian olive tree...... judging from bark, limbs.
Looks like Locust to me also.
My experience with them; I would suggest being careful if you climb in the tree. The braches don't have as much flex as other trees.
Could possibly be Robinia. It's pretty ugly LOL I would trim it (right down to the ground) Does not look like it would have much "landscape" value.
I think I'm in the right place, having trouble identifying this tree, I have only seen about a half dozen of these trees in an old part of town, and nowhere else, need to trim down, any help is awesome?
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Thanks guys/ the limbs seem to be more brittle then most, the only thing is there are no thorns, what type, I know what black locust is,
thanks for the input, I am going to wack it back and see what happens,