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Pruning Pine Trees
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nhboomer    Posted 01-06-2002 at 17:52:49       [Reply]  [No Email]
Anybody have a good online source on how to prune pine trees?


Rebbi    Posted 05-14-2006 at 21:26:42       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a small pine tree I would like to prune into a sphere. How and when is the best time to do this. It is late May, is it too late this spring?


Nguyen Tuan Hung    Posted 01-14-2007 at 18:24:50       [Reply]  [Send Email]
hi every one!
I am Nguyen Tuan Hung, from Vietnam. Now I am studying for Prunning Pine merkurii in VN. So How can do that. I ­would like you advising to How can i do it?
Thank You very much.


Mrs. King    Posted 04-27-2002 at 12:13:21       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Could some one please tell me how to trim my White Pine's, they are about 6 feet tall and bushier at the top than the bottom. Please help.


Dan G/Soganofla    Posted 01-08-2002 at 07:26:28       [Reply]  [No Email]
Zip on over to www.forestryforum.com and ask those guys. You'll have to register to post, but it is painless, and well worth the effort. Be prepared to provide more info, such as variety of the trees, your location, soil types, etc. There is a lot of knowledge to be gained there.


justa thought    Posted 01-07-2002 at 17:20:39       [Reply]  [No Email]
you can go to your local farmers extension,,agriculture co-op they have plenty of literature on this subject, tree farming and trimming as well,


Faye payeur    Posted 01-20-2009 at 09:50:37       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We have about 80 white pine trees planted on our land when we bought it. They now range from 4' tall to 12' tall and have never been trimmed to my knowledge. I would like to trim them but do not know the proper way to do it. We cannot afford to hire anyone so it's our responsibility to do it proper so they end up being shapely nice looking trees that are also healthy. Can you please give me a brief description on where to start with this project? We also have a couple of old apple trees and a pear tree, not sure we can save them although they did bare fruit last year there are just alot of dead branches.


Nathan(GA)    Posted 01-07-2002 at 14:04:33       [Reply]  [No Email]
How many do you have? What's the purpose of them? What do you have in mind?


Les...fortunate    Posted 01-07-2002 at 03:50:05       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Don't know about an online source but when I went to Forestry school, the rule of thumb was to leave 1/3 live crown. Don't think you can go wrong doing that.


Gene McDonald    Posted 04-17-2002 at 02:20:32       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Les Fortunate, this is about what a tree farming told me last year and it appears my trees are going to put out branches this year to make them fuller.

One word of advice to from the farmer was to be sure all pruning was accomplished NLT June.


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