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Trichocereus chiloensis
... , sometimes of many, arising from near the base, starting nearly at right angles to the main trunk but soon erect, up to 8 m tall, stems 10-12.5 cm in diameter ...
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Deciduous Fruit for North Florida
... following the first growing season, continue selecting scaffold limbs. Remove any shoots originating from the main trunk which are not needed for scaffold limb development. Cut back existing scaffold limbs slightly to ... During the growing season, rub off shoots which develop on the trunk and on scaffold limbs within 2 feet of the trunk. Mature pecan and persimmon trees require little pruning. It may ...
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Pruning and Training Deciduous Fruit Trees for the Dooryard
... shoots with wide crotch angles, preferably greater than 45, evenly distributed radially around the trunk and vertically spaced 6" to 8" apart, to form the scaffold limbs. In ... growing season, continue selecting and developing scaffold limbs. Remove any shoots originating from the main trunk which are not neededfor scaffold development. Head back existing scaffolds slightly to encourage branching ...
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Pruning Lilacs
... the main trunk. Leave a few strong and healthy new stalks each year, especially if you are planning to trim back old wood. Trim back any branches that stick out from the main ... tall, If you prefer a wide bush, encourage shoots that have spread out from the main bush. Trimming Mature plants If a lilac bush has become overgrown, or is too large ...
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Guide to Birch Trees
... serpentine trail of darkened material. (Do not pare bark on the main trunk). The darkened material is excrement and can be flicked out ... above ground level. In a multi-trunked tree add all the trunk diameters together. Read the product label directions very carefully to determine ... the swelling expands it cuts off the water supply to the main trunk or branch, causing the death of the branch. A canker ...
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Prune Your Cedars Cautiously
... look very unattractive. In topping a pyramidal cedar, it is recommended that you prune the main trunk back no more than about 1/4 of the tree's height. The tree will ... again. For columnar cedars, follow the same topping procedure described above for each of the main trunks. Globe cedars will seldom fill in if they are topped excessively. Globe cedars that ...
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Espaliers
... begin with a young tree or shrub that has several well balanced limbs off the main trunk. Many nurseries sell young pruned plants on supports already established for certain growth patterns. There ... desired pattern. Pruning and the occasional tying of new shoots to the surface are the main maintenance jobs. Once established, the espalier tree or shrub requires only a few hours maintenance ...
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HortNews- March 2006
... knot infections on a main scaffold branch (above) and smaller branches (right). Black knot fungus infects fruiting spurs, stems and branches of susceptible plants, and occasionally the main trunk is affected. Infection occurs ... . If pruning is not possible because knots are present on major scaffold limbs or the trunk, they can be removed by cutting away the diseased tissue down to healthy wood and ...
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Calamites cisti -- the main stem.
... -like needles arranged in whorls around ends of the branches. Though reaching significant heights, the trunk lacked substantial mass, being composed mostly of pithy reed-like tissue, with about the strength ... sediments. The specimen shown above is a cast of the inner pith cavity of the main trunk. The vertical rib lines are characteristic of calamites. The nodes (small circular knots along the ...
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Cordaites trunk
... Cordaites trunk Cordaites trunk Rock Type: Sandstone Formation: Allegheny Interval: Middle Kittanning seam Age: Middle Pennsylvanian Period, approx. 301 ... one of the pith layers of the main trunk. This pattern may or may not have been visible at some point on the outside of the trunk itself. Location: Wayne County, West Virginia ...
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