Workers dig a 40" ball with the Pazzaglia while George Leidig observes. George is President of Autrusa/Imants, the US importer for all Pazzaglia equipment.
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, 941 Perkiomenville Rd, Perkiomenville, PA 18074-9607, phone: 610-754-1110, cell: 610-322-2071, fax: 610-754-1112, www.pazzaglia.it
Left. A 10' Magnolia kobus
waits to be transported to the holding area.
Right. A 36" ball on a 12' Magnolia kobus
dug with a Caretree treespade.
Friday, February 14, 2003. Some ‘Donald Wyman’ crabapples
, still holding onto their berries, wait to be transported to the holding yard. We were blessed with a heat wave of sorts—almost 50 degrees! Two days later, we were hit by a late winter snow storm that dumped over two feet of snow on the Washington, D.C. area. Our digging crews were put out of commission for nearly a month.
February 14, 2003. Although somewhat inefficient, a brief warming period allowed our tree spade to penetrate the frozen ground.
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