Pruning your trees can help encourage healthy growth and maintain the desired structure you want. To prevent harm when cutting branches thicker than 1 inch, you should use the 3-cut method:
Check out this video to see how to prune young fruit trees to protect their health and ensure a good harvest for years to come.
Coppicing and pollarding are two types of pruning for trees and shrubs.
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