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Snowy Storm Damage

The most common storm damage in trees during the winter season is a result of snow and ice build-up on their outermost branches.

A good way to prevent this is proper pruning of the tips of the limbs. By reducing the length of the branches, there is less surface area for the snow and ice to build up on. It also reduces the wind resistance of each limb.

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