Crown Thinning


Crown thinning: Involves the removal of a proportion of secondary and small, live branch growth from throughout the crown to produce an even density of foliage around a well spaced and balanced branch structure. It should usually be confined to broadleaf species. Crossing, weak, duplicated, dead and damaged branches should be removed.

 

The percentage of crown to be removed should be stated, but the leaf area removed should not normally exceed 30% of the original coverage.


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