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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which Form 5495 Careers

Instructions and Help about Which Form 5495 Careers

Music. Music. My name is Sal Ponse. I've been relocating trees for 25 years, and we're going to talk about the steps to move a tree. Step one would be to hydrate the tree. Each tree is different, depending on the caliper. We can go from 50 gallons to 500 gallons. So once the tree is hydrated, we're going to go ahead and route prune the roots. Once we determine the size, we'll go ahead and excavate by hand. And then, once we encounter the root, we'll cut it back. Once that step is done, then we'll go ahead and start digging with a mini extra backhoe, from three and a half to four feet deep. Once all four sides are dug, then we'll go ahead and install the outsides and the insides of the tree. We'll shape it, and then we'll bend the tree, just as you see here. Once that is done, we'll rewater the tree, make sure it gets hydrated, and then we'll go ahead and start putting the bottom on the tree. Now that the tree is prepared and ready, the next step is to go ahead and excavate the hole where the tree is going to get relocated. We'll go ahead and pick it up with the crane and set it in the hole. And once that tree is set in the hole, we'll go ahead and remove the sides and start the planting process. We'll backfill the loose soil, pull the hoses off, and one of the most important aspects of the job is to make sure it's hydrated. And to determine that, we'll use a probe to make sure that it's either moist or just dry. Now you know the steps it takes to relocate a tree from point A to point B,...