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Product description

Grip Strut safety grating soles securely–in all directions–in practically every place. These non-slip regular Grip Strut Safety Grating surfaces are ideal for inside or outside locations where mud, ice, snow, oil and detergents can create hazardous walking conditions. Openings are small enough to catch most falling tools and other dangerous objects. Light, easy-to-handle planks make installation simpler and quicker. They can be handled by one man. Most regular grip strut sections are rapidly bolted, clamped or welded into place, easily field-cut at virtually any angle, or fabricated to adapt to field conditions. Several attachment devices permit fastening to most existing supports, allowing fast installation or disassembly. Offers excellent slip resistance wherever maximum safety underfoot is essential. Regular grip strut material meets anti-slip values set forth in Federal Specification RR-G-1602A.

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My 'Horstmann's Silberlocke' is about 12 feet tall and had been doing very nicely for a decade until midsummer this year, when I noticed one branch that had turned entirely rust-brown. Every other part of the tree appears absolutely healthy. I cut off the dead branch and burned it. I assume something happened to the root that fed that branch. Is there another possible explanation?

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