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How to Manage a Hedge - Shared screen with speaker view
CPRE Shropshire
25:58
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Satipanya On-line
29:58
Do dormice come into the house? We get mice in the attic and trap and release them, is there anything special we should do if we find a dormouse?
Tina Hanak
39:46
Absolutely gutted to see a neighbour grubbing up several ancient hawthorns from relic hedgerows this summer.
Susan Trueman
40:06
Are we making progress in halting hedge cutting. Especially the hard cutting back by tractor?
John
41:11
Most hedges are cut every second year now
Lindsey
43:40
My screen didn't show the link to OS + landscape Please may we have it again?
CPRE Shropshire
44:17
Please remember:Any questions you have can be placed here at any time and we will cover them during a Q&A near the end of the talk.This talk is being recorded so you will be able to watch back if you missed anything.
caroline
48:21
I have a small farm and have laid lots of hedges but would be interested to know what alternatives there are to flail cutting. The contractor I use only has this method. It seems so brutal. (I do cut in rotation).
Satipanya On-line
52:10
Could garden hedges be helpful for wildlife? If so what species would be best?
Dave Snoddy
55:39
QUESTION - as farmers / contractors are the ones managing the vast majority of hedges how do you advise they change their normal practice of cutting before autumn and removing the food bank of berries and at the exact same height every year?
caroline
56:26
How do you cut laid hedges?
caroline
59:24
What to do with a hedge which is now a line of trees which the hedge cutting man says is too high to cut now. Sorry so many questions!
Susan Trueman
59:29
Is there a less labour intensive rejuvenation of hedges than laying
Jenny
01:01:19
Can you provide a pdf or ppt of the slides used?
CPRE Shropshire
01:02:26
hi Jenny, yes we will see if this might be possible, thank you. the talk is being recorded also.
Kate
01:03:35
is it possible to lay an old hedge that has maybe never been laid before and has some fairly old plants in it and has maybe got a bit gappy?
Chloe Sheil
01:03:51
How would you recommend to best manage hedgerows at roadsides e.g. on narrow country roads where the hedge is immediately adjacent to the road edge
Lucinda Tolhurst
01:04:36
How is the survey data used - would landowners have any concerns about results being shared?
Sue Steer
01:07:30
any thoughts on using digger mounted tree shear for coppicing hedges?
Claire
01:08:39
Can all hedgerow plants be coppiced?
Anissa Beale
01:09:56
can you use the app to manage garden hedges
Claire
01:12:58
Thanks so much Megan :)
Sue Steer
01:13:59
what do we do to get this information to hedge cutting contractors? Martin steer
caroline
01:15:10
Where can we find out more about hedgerow protection?
Claire
01:15:21
Could you possibly tell us a little more (or signpost) to how we can find out more about the Hedge Afternoons? Would they be suitable for a (big) public park area? Thanks :)
Rebecca Baxter
01:17:35
What time of yr should I cut?
Richard Godbehere
01:17:42
Do flails not introduce more disease though?
Louise Westbury
01:20:38
Thanks, Megan and CPRE. A really interesting talk and vey well presented. Unfortunately, I have to leave now.
Sue Steer
01:20:47
Hydraulic fingerbar cutters are now becoming more available especially on smaller tractors. multi disc cutters are available too. Martin Steer
Rebecca Baxter
01:22:13
If I trim alternate years to allow 2nd yr wood flowers/fruit to produce, then will I loose production that year?
Adrian Silvertown
01:34:17
Can Oak be coppiced? I’ve never seen it anywhere.
caroline
01:41:21
This has been an absolutely brilliant talk. So inspirational and informative thank you so much.
John
01:42:15
Thankyou, very interesting and informative
Dave Snoddy
01:43:09
really interesting and a greatly appreciated presentation, super evening , thank you Megan and CPRE Shropshire
Ben Crossman
01:43:21
Thank you very much, great talk
Lucinda Tolhurst
01:43:21
Thank you, great talk
Jenny
01:43:27
Thank you very much … food for thought. We look forward to the next talk.
Anissa Beale
01:43:31
thankyou
Tina Hanak
01:43:32
Fabulous talk Megan - thank you.
Rebecca Baxter
01:43:43
Thanks. Inspiring
Fran
01:43:52
thanks! great talk :)
Sue Steer
01:44:21
Excellent great presentation and slides Martin & Sue Steer
Adrian Silvertown
01:44:28
Inspirational, Megan.