Recently, our range of high visibility, polypropylene tags have been used by a number of organisations to mark diseased trees in woodlands.
These tags are produced in 0.5mm polypropylene, a tear resistant, shatterproof plastic, which can be easily affixed by nailing or stapling. Infected tree species, suffering from ranges of bacterial or viral infections or fungal decay can be identified by using these colour coded tags.
The most popular ranges are the circular tags, particularly the 42mm diameter and 55mm diameter versions. These have been used in the Royal Parks, and by tree husbandry, tree care or arboricultural companies to identified diseased tree species including ash, oak, elm, spruce and horse chestnut.