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Tree Thinning

Tree Thinning is the selective removal of internal branches evenly throughout the tree to reduce the density of the crown. However, it does not change the overall size or shape of the tree. Thinning would not normally be carried out on conifers, so it is generally confined to deciduous broadleaf trees. Thinning is designed to…
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Crown Reduction

Crown Reduction With Crown reduction we reduce a certain percentage of the overall height and size of the tree by removing the ends of branches evenly throughout the crown, leaving a balanced and maintained shape. It is a complete crown treatment and not just a crown reduction in height with no regard for the side…
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