Tree Pruning / Bracing
A Tree Pruning Can Include.
- Tree pruning by a tree surgeon is sometimes called Tree Lopping
- Deadwooding pruning (removal of deadwood within the crown)
- Crown Thinning ( thinning out the crown structure, selective removal of branches)
- Crown reduction ( reducing the amount of leaf within the crown)
- Crown re-shape ( changing the overall shape of the crown to a more desired size/ shape)
- End weighting ( shorting of selected limbs back to an adequate growth point)
Safe Tree BracingCrown Bracing
This involves the installation by a tree surgeon of a bracing system that supports the tree’s structure and or arrests the failure of that structure. For example, Cable bracing or the more modern Cobra bracing.
Where a branch (or tree limb) is weakly attached to the main trunk or stem, a tree surgeon installs crown bracing is used to harness and extend the life of the tree.
Crown Bracing can also be used when a part of a tree is hanging over the property.
Soil ventilation ( the aeration of the soil around the rioting area)
Mulching ( placing well-composted mulch around the rioting area of the tree but DOES NOT COME IN CONTACT WITH THE TRUNK!!! )
Clearing the trunk/root collar.
It is important, that the point of transition between the trunk and the rooting area is kept clear and clean to prevent infection and other problems occurring.
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