TreeWatch surveys 2012

posted on September 27, 2012
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It’s not too late to take part in the 2012 TreeWatch surveys. Whether you are an existing volunteer or have just come across our exciting citizen science project, take part in one of our surveys.

Please take part and help us share crucial tree health data with our scientific partners.

Why not get a friend to take part too and help us reach our goal of 1000 trees adopted this year?

 


UPDATE

We are sorry that some users are experiencing difficulties with entering the data. We are aware that we need to make a number of improvements to make the progress of entering information more logical and with less clicks, and will be implementing these before next year’s survey season.  Meanwhile we hope that the following helps:

  1. Log in
  2. Click on surveys
  3. Choose the  [pear rust / horse chestnut / oak jewel beetle / powdery mildew] survey page
  4. Click on the ‘my trees’ tab
  5. Your tree(s) should appear on the right of the map. Click on it’s name.
  6. This will bring up below the information you need to update its status.
  7. When done, click ‘save’
Any feedback is always appreciated

TreeWatch team


3 Comments

  1. Worse than ever this year.Spread to both pear trees and apple. Do I destroy trees or spray? No fruit- good last year despite rust. Is it spread by squirrels as I have many!

    Comment by margaret mcintosh — September 27, 2012 @ 5:42 pm

  2. I have 2 corden conference pear trees in my garden planted nearly 40 years ago. I notivcecd pear rust on them for the first time this year, the leaves have spots, mounds and threads. The trunk of the main cordon stem is approx 14 cm in diameter. The height of the tree is about 5 foot and I live in W5 4EU in Ealing London. I annot find a space to record this data so am sending it by email to you
    Thanks Jan Saunders

    Comment by Jan Saunders — September 27, 2012 @ 6:02 pm

    Comment by Jan Saunders — September 27, 2012 @ 6:03 pm

  3. We are sorry that some users are experiencing difficulties with entering the data. We are aware that we need to make a number of improvements to make the progress more logical and with less clicks, and will be implementing these before next year’s survey season. Meanwhile I hope that the following helps:

    Log in
    Click on surveys
    Choose the Pear Rust survey page
    Click on the ‘my trees’ tab
    Your tree(s) should appear on the right of the map. Click on it’s name.
    This will bring up below the information you need to update its status.
    When done, click ‘save’

    Any feedback is always appreciated

    TreeWatch team

    Comment by Sylva Foundation — September 28, 2012 @ 9:16 am

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