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Default felling a tree

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Major steps to follow for a successful tree felling:
First of all, you need a safer working area so that your felling work becomes easier. you need to check whether or not there could be obstacles like overhead lines, roads and buildings.
After that, you need to determine the felling direction of the tree. Additionally, the direction of the wind should be taken into consideration.
Cutting techniques and professional tools matter a lot.
Choose appropriate tools for this task.
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Default Feelings a tree

First step to follow trees feelings .
Trees must be green and long.

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