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Trees dying

Reported via desktop in the Trees and woodland category anonymously at 08:28, Thursday 21 July 2022

Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 3693364.

The line of young birch trees between the Farrington Gurney traffic lights and Farrington Farm Shop are dying through lack of water.

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  • The young Silver Birch trees at Farrington Gurney are being watered. We have dedicated Team out watering all new highway trees as part of the Council’s weekly tree watering schedule, which has been active since late spring and will continue through until October. Unfortunately, we are currently in a prolonged dry spell and have had a period of unprecedented very hot weather, which is putting extra stress on the trees. We understand the local community are helping to water these trees where possible which is fantastic and we welcome this. Used bath water or even dirty dish water can be used for watering these trees, and a more sustainable option.

    Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 09:27, Friday 22 July 2022

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