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Re: pruning cuts

In a message dated 3/7/05 7:47:07 AM, pdickson@sbcglobal.net writes:

<< I see so many people that don't make the cut at the right place on the 
collar.  He talked a lot about how that long piece will have to rot down and 
when it gets going that sometimes it doesn't stop at the collar... just 
keeps on rotting until it kills the tree. >>

Tricia, ISUs Dr Wray of the forestry dept disected a portion of a tree where 
a branch had just been taken off leaving a stub rather than taken at the 
branch collar to show how it rots back into the main stem rather than healing 

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