• Jeff

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While pruning a tree, crossing limbs should be one of the main issues to be targeting.


When limbs are crossing they rub against one another, causing damage to both. This will result in structural defects, even very small ones can grow to be major hazards. The wounds that develop can also be an entry point for pests and diseases.

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