Crown Cleaning – Removal of rubbing branches, dead and diseased wood, split, broken or damaged and epicormic growth from within the canopy of the tree.
Pollarding – Removal of all of all growth back to the main trunk. Leaving only the major “framework” of the tree
Crown Reduction – .Crown reduction decreases the extent of the crown without decreasing its density. This is usually expressed as percentage of the whole crown area and not just the top of the tree.
Crown Lifting – The complete removal of the trees lower branches back to the main trunk or the reduction in length of lowest branches. This increases the height of the canopy from the base of the tree.
Crown Thinning – Removal of selected branches from within the canopy to allow more light through the trees canopy.
Coppicing – An ancient management technique where all the branches and stems are cut right back to ground level allowing the tree/shrub to re-grow from the base.
Fruit Tree Pruning – Fruit trees require different management considerations when it comes to pruning them. They have to be pruned back to specific points to encourage fruit production.
Felling – Removal of the tree from the bottom with a sequence of cuts to aid it in its direction of fall.
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