Prune Your Trees The Right Way And Promote Their Growth

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Tree surgeons know how to prune large branches which helps in wound closure and ensure your personal safety.

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Prune Your Trees The Right Way And Promote Their Growth Presented By: Manor Gardens

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Introduction Removing broken and dead branches at the right time is a must if you want to increase your tree’s safety. Since early spring is considered to be the ideal time for tree pruning, it’s time you start looking for experienced tree surgeons offering the service. A majority of them have years of experience in the industry and know the right way trees should be pruned while maintaining their size. Few tips they follow when providing professional tree pruning services have been stated in the slides that follow .

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Choose The Branches To Be Pruned • Few common types of tree growth generally pruned by tree surgeons are water sprouts, root suckers, crossing branches and double leaders. • If the scaffold branches are very close to the trunk, they should be pruned. The minimum space between the branches should be 12 to 18 inches.

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Prune Bleeding Trees The Right Way • Excess sap might flow from the end of deciduous trees if pruned when the temperature is above freezing. • You can prune bleeding deciduous trees like birches, beech, willow, maples, black walnut and hornbeam as they don’t harm the tree’s health.

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Avoid Pruning Newly Trees • Since tree pruning is about removing diseased, damaged and dead branches, tree surgeons in Croydon avoid pruning newly planted trees. • When new trees are pruned, their foliage reduces and the new roots don’t get the nutrients they need to develop.

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Prune Large Limbs Without Tearing The Bark • Tree surgeons know how to prune large branches which helps in wound closure and ensure your personal safety. • Improper pruning of mature trees can cause lasting damages and shorten the tree’s life.

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Conclusion Time to follow the tips stated in the previous slides and you can prune your trees the right way and promote their growth .

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Manor Gardens Tree Care Address: 109 Farley Road South Croydon CR2 7NL Croydon Phone: 020 8657 7667 Email: manorgardenstrees@yahoo.co.uk Website: https://www.manorgardenstreecare.co.uk/

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