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    NorthernTeacher
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    Owdboggy
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    Age destroyed memory, but I am sure there is a ration of the girth of the tree at 2 metres (6 feet) above ground and its age. I think you divide the girth measured in metres by 2.5. which gives an approximate age.

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    VegVamp
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    Good one Jane. :good:

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    Allan
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    Recon all trees grow at different speeds and when full grown are different sizes,It’s not something you can generalise,So each specie should be treated separately, :good:

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