Re: The tyrant school (20/09/16 01:19:44)
I remember a method of weaving a hazel bush together to make it stronger... strong enough for bulls etc. But it consisted in beating and bending the longer limbs in order to weave them together, forming a kind of wattle base that eventually grows thicker and stronger. Osage is supposed to be good for that kind of thing too.
"jack hargreaves out of town" used to be a favourite TV series of mine as a child.
I cant find the actual episode but I'm pretty sure it was the kind of thing hargreaves would have appreciated.
Coppicing and Pollarding:
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