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Re: pruning chinese walnut tree

Re: pruning chinese walnut tree
Posted by: chris (IP Logged)
Date: October 08, 2007 14:20

To some extent this depends on what your aims are. For fruit bearing pruning is usually carried out shortly after the harvest, ie over the winter. If it is ornamental then there is little reason to favour any time of year over another, other than you should avoid pruning if there are birds nesting in the tree.

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|  pruning chinese walnut tree Martha Raftery-fisher 03/10/2007 21:56
||  Re: pruning chinese walnut tree chris 08/10/2007 14:20

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