||Refers to the date that the evaluation took place.
||Refers to the members of the Evaluation Committee present on site at the time of evaluation.
||Refers to the key comments made by the Evaluation Committee on site at the time of evaluation.
||Refers to the size and type of container at planting only. AP refers to an Air Pruned container.
||Refers to the date of planting. Occasionally, where data is not available, a season will be referred to, eg Winter, 2000.
||Refers to the average length of foliage at the time of evaluation.
||Refers to the average width of foliage at the time of evaluation.
||Refers to the density of foliage at the time of evaluation.
||Refers to the colour of foliage at the time of evaluation.
||Refers to the estimated height of the tree at the time of evaluation.
||Refers to the estimated width of the tree at the time of evaluation.
||Refers to the caliper of the tree 30 cm above ground level at the time of evaluation.
||Refers to whether or not the tree is staked and tied. A section including relevant details may be included.
|Visible Root Occurrence
||Refers to any visible root occurrence at the time of evaluation.
|Visible Pests and Diseases
||Refers to any visible pests and diseases present at the time of evaluation.
||Refers to comments made by the Evaluation Committee regarding suggested maintenance.
||Refers to any management inputs that have taken place on site. This data may not always be entirely complete or accurate.
||Refers the state, formation and integrity of the limb structure at the time of evaluation.
Describes the type of soil observed at the site.
Any soil profile that is the result of human activity.
- Heavy Clay
Smooth plastic cast that can be moulded into rods without fracture. Forms a ribbon at least 75 mm long.
- Light Clay
Smooth plastic cast, slight resistance to shearing between thumb and forefinger, forms a ribbon 50 - 75 mm long.
- Clay Loam
Forms a cast with a spongy feel, plastic when squeezed through thumb and forefinger. Smooth to manipulate, will form a ribbon 40 - 50 mm long.
Forms a cast with a spongy feel but with no obvious sandiness or silkiness. Forms a ribbon about 25 mm.
- Sandy Loam
Forms a fragile cast and a ribbon of up to 15 - 25 mm. Individual sand grains can be seen and felt.
No ribbon formed, cannot be moulded. Single grains visible.