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Transactions of the English Arboricultural Society, 1883

Transactions of the English Arboricultural Society, 1883

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Excerpt from Transactions of the English Arboricultural Society, 1883: Parts 2-4

Mr. Davidson said he had great pleasure in moving a resolution that they give their friend Mr. Clark a very hearty vote of thanks for his very interesting paper. He dared to say that it might be honour enough for Mr. Clark to know, that in that very large Society - or at least a Society of very wide extent - he had had the honour of reading the first paper. He trusted it would lead others to follow in the same course. He certainly would have been pleased if they had had a larger company. The disease amongst larch was a matter of deep interest, and required ventilation. There had been papers read upon this subject at the Scottish Arboricultural Society, but Mr. Clark somewhat differed from them. In his the speaker's) opinion, however, he was about right. Mr. Clark seemed unwilling to give up the larch tree on account of the disease; and be quite endorsed his opinion, that if they planted a mixture of other kinds they could still preserve a plantation. There was no tree that he knew of that could take the place of the larch. They ought to try to get at the bottom of the disease 3 if it were in the seed they must try a remedy, but if it were the weather they must wait for a change. He was glad that this matter had been brought before them, and trusted that they would ventilate it properly. He had great pleasure in proposing a hearty vote of thanks.

Mr. Bates said that he had great pleasure in seconding that proposition.

Mr. J. W. Robson here said he had contemplated making a motion with respect to the seed having effect upon the disease. He thought it was within the power of that Society, to a certain extent, to remedy the disease. In his opinion, a good deal of the disease in larch trees was caused by the seed being collected from trees in a bad state. He quite endorsed what Mr. Davidson and Mr. Clark had said, but he thought they could go further than that. It was, however, decided to take the motion at a later stage of the meeting.

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