Pruning is often the answer
Pruning is most effective during the dormant cycle of the tree; this often ends in the growing of branches, roots, and the trees outer layer. Professional arborists understand the true value of pruning and that it comes with responsibility as well. Trees that are pruned too heavily may result in the production of water spouts. These openings in the tree create an ideal source of moisture for infestations and attract disease. Pruning trees helps them to produce higher quality wood that is stronger, and more able to resist disease.
Pruning is the process of trimming the branches on the tree’s crown in order to allow for more sunlight penetration. By allowing your tree to take in more sunlight, you can expect the tree to produce more glucose, and chlorophyll. This is because sugars are made by combining water, with sunlight for trees. Furthermore, pruning is the answer to removing dead, and diseased branches on the trees crown. This is extremely important because sick or dead branches will only hold the tree back. The tree will continue to send nutrients to limbs which waste them, or will continue to feed sickness. Pruning trees is a necessity for anyone e who takes the health of their tree seriously call your local arborist for help today.