Location of Female Black Poplar Trees In Wales

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Dear Forest Research,
I wish to request the following information in relation to Black Poplar (Populus nigra
ssp betulifolia) trees in Wales.

I would like you to provide me with the location of all known FEMALE native Black
Poplar trees within Wales. Please provide any and all data such as OS grid
references, GPS references, land/farm names etc to further identify the locations of
these trees.

Yours faithfully,

Scott L. Felton

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Dear Mr Felton, I refer also to my reply to you last week (17/1/20) on this same question. I have passed it to our staff who deal with FOIs.

Many thanks for your enquiry.

Steve

Stephen J Penny MBE, BSc, MFE, CEng, MIAgrE
Senior Communications Officer
Forest Research |Northern Research Station
Roslin |Midlothian |EH25 9SY
www.forestresearch.gov.uk

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