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Pruning Apples

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Re: Pruning Apples

Postby theoutback » Tue Feb 21, 2017 5:39 am

bacpacker1513 wrote:Nice lookin fruit you had there.
I've got plenty to learn for sure. Thanks for the tip on thinning the fruit. I wasn't aware they were more tempermental than others.

A couple more more tip on HC's. They need a lot of calcium and the funny looking partial yellow leaves in the pic above is called Honeycrisp yellows. It's a carbohydrate deficiency they get in the leaves, but is nothing to worry about.
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Re: Pruning Apples

Postby AndrewJohnson » Tue Jul 25, 2017 3:03 am

Hi there! Thanks for sharing the informative post on tree pruning along with the pictures. This will help a lot for doing the pruning. Tree pruning is necessary in order to have the proper form and shape of any tree. The proper tree pruning along with tree training extends the life of fruit for all fruit trees by allowing light penetration and air flow to the trees. Along with tree pruning, tree removal, tree trimming is also very necessary in order to maintain the tree.
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