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RE: pruning question

Well I was thinking of getting a whole lot more drastic, cause this tree has
really gotten away from me. I was waiting till the top filled in more, then
thought of taking out all of the bottom picture limbs.... of course, then I
look at it and go... oops... you are going to have a crooked weird looking
tree and probably kill it!


> Kinda difficult, Donna, without being able to walk around it and kick
> the tires. But in the bottom picture, I'd get rid of all that twiggy
> stuff [those are temporary branches; they're never going to amount to
> anything] and maybe that lateral to the left [I don't like its angle to
> the trunk; looks like a major break or split waiting to happen].

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