Pruning

Reasons for pruning may include, but are not limited to, improving tree health, structure and form, improving aesthetics, reducing risks or satisfying a specific need. Structural pruning to properly train young trees less than twenty-five (25) years old will help them develop into structurally strong trees well suited to the site and their intended functions.

Pruning mature trees should focus on maintaining health, appearance, structure, and form. For those not pruned and properly trained as young trees, it should also address Hazard Pruning and possible Crown Reduction or Crown Restoration to repair storm damage or correct Crown Dieback.

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