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How to prune tree branches

Trees need pruning to stay healthy. Leave major pruning jobs to the professionals,
For small branches or trees, you may be able to handle it yourself. It is important to choose an efficient pruning shears and learn the proper pruning methods.
 
Benefits of pruning:
Ensures good growth when transplanting or planting new trees.
It will look better.
Keeps trees healthy.
It can rejuvenate trees.
It produces more and better fruit.

Let's try pruning using the steps below.
Step 1. Remove anything growing at the base of the trunk.
Step 2. Remove any dead or dying branches.
Step 3. Remove any unwanted or dangerous branches.
Step 4. Remove any damaged or weak branches.
Step 5. Cut away any overlapping branches that rub against each other.
 
Different trees require different pruning sequences.
1. Common deciduous trees
(1) First, prune the large branches, then cut the central branches, and finally cut the small branches in order. This not only solves the problem of ventilation and light transmission, but also
This helps to avoid bald branches with spines that are too thin.
(2) First, thin out the diseased branches and dead branches, and then lightly prune the branches that are not useful for avoiding partial crowns and hollow baldness in the internal chambers.
(3) First, trim the inner branches to prevent the outer branches from becoming too thin and looking unsightly. Then, trim the outer branches.