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The Frontier Tree & Turf has been servicing the pruning needs of Monmouth County area residential homeowners and associations, commercial centers, property management companies for over 30 years.
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Your ornamental trees and shrubs require specific pruning techniques which should be handled by a professional pruner. Incorrect pruning methods will jeopardize the integrity and life span of the tree or shrub. Let us take the guess work out of all your pruning needs.
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A tree may need pruning for a variety of reasons:
– To remove diseased or storm-damaged branches
– To thin the crown to permit new growth and better air circulation
– To reduce the height of a tree
– To remove obstructing lower branches
– To shape a tree for design purposes
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Once the decision has been made to prune, your next decision is whether or not to tackle the job yourself. In the case of a large tree where you want to remove big branches in the upper area of the crown, it may be best to hire experts.
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Large tree pruning, in particular, can require climbing and heavy saws or even cherry-pickers and chain saws. This is a job that should be left to trained and experienced professionals. Never compromise personal safety in pruning a tree.
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Ornamental trees and shrubs require specific pruning techniques which should be handled by a professional pruner. Incorrect pruning methods will jeopardize the integrity and life span of the tree or shrub.
Plants have been in existence for millions of years and man has been around for less than 100,000 years. Prior to our arrival and the domestication of plants, pruning was never done. Therefore, pruning is a human activity done primarily for our needs and not necessarily for those of the plant.
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I envision the first active pruning being that of a caveman pulling a dead limb from a tree for fire wood. For the most part, plants don’t need pruning. They can shed problem parts very well on their own. However, since the questions surrounding pruning can be challenging and usually make up nearly half of the questions sent to us, I will cover the basics here by plant group: herbaceous (perennials and annuals), shrubs, trees and conifers as a separate group.
There are dozens of web sites and books dedicated to proper practices of pruning. In order to keep this article in check, links will be provided where necessary.
There are two guidelines that supersede the more specific guidelines below.
First, always use the correct tool for the job: hand pruners, loppers, pole saw, hand saw or chainsaw. Make sure the tool is sharp, in proper working condition and that you know how to correctly use it.
Second, you can prune at any time of year those parts of a plant that I call the four D’s: Dead, Dying, Diseased or Damaged.