clear stem vs. feathered tree

Polish translation: drzewo w formie piennej vs. drzewo w formie krzewiastej

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English term or phrase:clear stem vs. feathered tree
Polish translation:drzewo w formie piennej vs. drzewo w formie krzewiastej
Entered by: kfronczak

12:33 Aug 11, 2014
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English term or phrase: clear stem vs. feathered tree
Dzień dobry!

Czy ktoś orientuje się w tematyce szkółkarskiej i spotkał się z takim słownictwem?
Trafiłam na polskie wyrażenie 'drzewa nisko- i wysokopienne', ale nie wiem czy to to samo? Jakieś inne propozycje?

Z góry dziękuję za pomoc:))
kfronczak
Local time: 01:43
drzewo w formie krzewiastej vs. drzewo w formie piennej
Explanation:
za Związkiem Szkółkarzy Polskich (źródło poniżej)


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Pnie drzew wysokopiennych przekraczają wysokość 30 m, wysokość średniopiennych wynosi - od 8 do 30 m, a niskopiennych - od 2 do 8 m.

z tego wychodzi, że to nie drzewo niskopienne





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Note added at 30 mins (2014-08-11 13:03:28 GMT)
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This is an arborist term used to describe a tree with branching all the way from the very base of the stem up the trunk. This type of tree does NOT have a clear stem.

The majority of our trees have a full clear stem, meaning the crown starts at 1.8-2.0m up the stem, A half startard being only 90cm-1.0m up the stem and thus a feathered being a tree with branching all of the way down the stem.

If you have specific requirements regarding a feathered/clear stem tree, please contact a member of the Barcham Team so we can check stock for you.


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http://www.barcham.co.uk/faq/what-is-a-feathered-tree
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Dawid Mazela, MA, MCIL
Poland
Local time: 01:43
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4 +1drzewo w formie krzewiastej vs. drzewo w formie piennej
Dawid Mazela, MA, MCIL


  

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drzewo w formie krzewiastej vs. drzewo w formie piennej


Explanation:
za Związkiem Szkółkarzy Polskich (źródło poniżej)


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Pnie drzew wysokopiennych przekraczają wysokość 30 m, wysokość średniopiennych wynosi - od 8 do 30 m, a niskopiennych - od 2 do 8 m.

z tego wychodzi, że to nie drzewo niskopienne





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Note added at 30 mins (2014-08-11 13:03:28 GMT)
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This is an arborist term used to describe a tree with branching all the way from the very base of the stem up the trunk. This type of tree does NOT have a clear stem.

The majority of our trees have a full clear stem, meaning the crown starts at 1.8-2.0m up the stem, A half startard being only 90cm-1.0m up the stem and thus a feathered being a tree with branching all of the way down the stem.

If you have specific requirements regarding a feathered/clear stem tree, please contact a member of the Barcham Team so we can check stock for you.


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http://www.barcham.co.uk/faq/what-is-a-feathered-tree


    Reference: http://www.zszp.pl/pliki/zalecenia-dodruk2012.pdf
Dawid Mazela, MA, MCIL
Poland
Local time: 01:43
Native speaker of: Native in PolishPolish
PRO pts in category: 11
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