Monday, September 9, 2013

Houston Tree Pruning Tips

Houston Tree Pruning Tips.  http://www.treeworxx.com

1. The first step in rejuvenating a neglected tree is to prune it.

 

2. Too much pruning will produce a lot of future

suckers on your tree[s] or excessive shoot growth

and may increase the potential for sunburn near

sun-exposed pruning cuts and interior areas.

 

3. To avoid over pruning - we always start pruning

from the outside of the tree, lifting and canopying it.

 

4. We will then know exactly how much to prune and trim out the center of tree.

 

5. Limbs do better healing on their own, leaving them exposed to their natural habitat to air dry after pruning.

 

6. We suggest avoiding high numbers of nitrogen fertilizers for at least a year following heavy

tree pruning.                                                                                   

 

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