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One of the greatest pruning mix-ups is cutting off branches in the wrong place. Novices tend to leave a lot of a stub when expelling branches. Once the stub ceases to exist, it makes a section point for illness pathogens and ruinous bugs.
Not at all like individuals, trees don’t recover tissue. While our skin replaces itself, trees develop new tissue around wounds and compartmentalizes them. Once an a tree compartmentalizes an old injury, it has a vastly improved possibility of survival.