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Discard or compost pruned out shoots and branches.

Consider the following tips when training and pruning fruit crops: Before training or pruning a plant, visualize the results of the action.

Once a branch is pruned out or removed, it cannot be replaced. Train as much as possible and remove as little as possible. Bending and tying shoots instead of cutting them out, especially on apple and pear trees can induce early fruit production. Jun 01, Training and Pruning Apple and Pear Trees by C.G.

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The digit and digit formats both by: Tools for Training and Pruning Proper tree training involves cutting into small wood, with hand shears. About the third or fourth season long handled pruning shears, often called"loppers," are useful in reaching the higher limbs. Do not use power pruners, especially mow- ers, to train apple and pear trees.

The cuts. This handbook collects, summarizes and organizes current information on the principles and practices of pruning apple and pear trees. It explains reasons for pruning, how and why trees respond to pruning, and shows in detail various types of pruning cuts and their effects.

To train semidwarf apple trees to a central leader, it's important to start pruning right after planting. Remove any shoots below about 18 inches, and"head" (cut off) the leader about 32 to 36 inches from the ground to stimulate branch development (a). After heading, several side Estimated Reading Time: 9 mins.

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