A lot of landuse in Belgium has been mapped from aerial imagery awhile back.
This means landuse
- is becoming out of date
- is missing local knowledge
- might have been mapped before natural=tree_row was defined (or
before the mapper knew about it)
- might have been misinterpreted


In my opinion you can just deleted it and replace it with a line when
it is a tree_row.
When it is brushwood (bushes ?) you could use the same/or updated area
with natural=scrub.

Added bonus: also tag  leaf_cycle and leaf_type for tree_rows.


regards

m

p.s. with landuse I mean all landuse, leisure, amenity, natural tags
that refer to a piece of land


On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 9:58 PM, Pieter Brusselman
<pieter.brussel...@tragewegen.be> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> How do you deal with a wide berms that are tagged as landuse=forest?  Eg.
> https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/179156184#map=17/51.07858/3.53635 or
> https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/179488443.
>
> The first example is a tree row, The second one is more like brushwood.
>
> Can I just delete it and add new geometry and tags?
>
> Grtz,
> Pieter
>
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