The life cycle of a commercially grown tree is ideally fifteen to twenty years. They can be allowed to grow beyond this stage and provided they remain healthy can grow too well in excess of forty years old. Cricket Bat Willow trees are normally purchased standing, with all felling, extraction and clearing down to J S Wright & Sons Limited.
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The most suitable wood used for the cricket bat is willow wood. Once the wood takes the shape of the bat it is then covered with linseed oil for protection. Cricket bat has seen its evolution since the advent of the game. But in 1979, a law postulated the bat to specifically made from wood.
Grown in wide spacings, 100 trees per hectare or one tree every 10m, along watercourses. High value timber takes approximately 15 years from planting before harvesting. The timber is used to make ‘English Willow’ cricket bats worldwide. Why: Farm/Forest diversification: Good use of otherwise underproductive land: low-lying, wet heavy soils.
What: . - Cared for and cultivated by hand in an organic and sustainable environment, we help grow Cricket Bat Willow trees, Salix Alba Caerulea, all over the UK. - Grown in wide spacings, 100 trees per hectare or one tree every 10m, along watercourses. - High value timber takes approximately 15 years from planting before harvesting. - The timber is used to make ‘English Willow’ cricket bats worldwide.
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Felling a 20 year old English willow tree grown in Victoria , Australia. The tree is going to make around 50 cricket bats once it’s been processed.
Offering choice & better opportunities for farmers & landowners across the UK. English Willow are a dedicated team of Cricket Bat Willow tree suppliers, growers, buyers and cleft makers. We create new plantations, buy mature trees and replace each tree felled. The planting returns income from low-lying and often under-utilised areas of land, achieving a generous tax free, generational return.
Colour – The English willow cricket bat is often whiter than Kashmir willow, however, this is only because Kashmir willow can vary more in colour. Kashmir willow can often be indistinguishable from English willow as often the paler colours are turned into cricket bats.