Wednesday, June 27, 2018
"Usually native trees are the right decision because it's very rare for people to be allergic to native Western Australian trees"
The fact that natives tick a bunch of boxes that makes them unsuitable as street trees doesn't matter?
I can only hope that no-one will ever "prove conclusively" to the Town of Mosman Park that it is the tree out the front of their house causing their allergies. Because common sense says you can't. A University of Sydney study some years ago basically concluded as such. It decided that the grass pollens in the air are far more likely to be causing allergies than street trees.
This one might come back to bite you Mosman Park I suspect.
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