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How to relocate a full grown tree in minutes [Video]
posted June 12 2012 8:34.57 by Giorgos Lazaridis

VicRoads relocated seven trees as part of works for the Clyde Road Upgrade between High Street and Kangan Drive in Berwick.

A truck mounted tree spade is used to dig out the root ball and tree, lifting and tilting each tree onto the back of the truck for safe transportation to its new location. VicRoads worked with arborists, the City of Casey, National Trust and Residents, Ratepayers and Friends of Berwick Village to identify seven trees that could viably be relocated.

[Link: VicRoads]

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