How to Prune TreesAuthor(s): Peter Bedker; Joseph O'Brien; Manfred Mielke
Source: USDA, Forest Service, State and Private Forestry, Northeastern Area, 11 Campus Blvd., Ste 200 Newtown Square, PA 19073
Publication Series: How-To Leaflets (HT)
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DescriptionThe objective of pruning is to produce strong, healthy, attractive plants. By understanding how, when and why to prune, and by following a few simple principles, this objective can be achieved
How to Prune Trees (Revised 2012)
Agency Publisher: Agriculture Dept., Forest Service, Northeastern Area State and Price forestry USA List Price:$4.00 Sale:$2.00
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CitationBedker, Peter; O'Brien, Joseph; Mielke, Manfred. 2012. How to Prune Trees. NA-FR-01-95 [Revised August 2012]. USDA, Forest Service, State and Private Forestry, Northeastern Area, 11 Campus Blvd., Ste 200 Newtown Square, PA 19073
KeywordsNA-FR-01-95, how to prune, pruning practices, pruning trees, prune trees
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