Proper pruning is imperative. The vast majority of trees you see here are not native to this area. Pruning encourages healthy vertical growth and discourages warped growth patterns that, when left untreated, are a natural consequence of our grassland environment.
The primary techniques for pruning trees are training, cleaning, thinning, and raising. Some trees may need only one type of pruning while others may require all four:
Technique used on juvenile trees to ensure a good growth and branching pattern once the tree reaches maturity. Properly training a tree early in its lifespan can prevent the majority of problems before they start.
The removal of deadwood throughout the canopy.
The removal of crossing and rubbing branches. Thinning also opens up the canopy for better light penetration and takes the weight off heavier branches.
The lifting or removal of low hanging limbs. Raising may also be required for the clearance of buildings, fences, and utility lines.
Why You Should Prune Your Trees?
Hazard & Property Damage Prevention
Encourage Healthy Growth Patterns
Control Growth Direction
Promote Flowering & Fruit Production
Increase Light Penetration & Air Circulation
Overall Health of the Tree
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