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Maintenance of the Crown: Removes dead, diseased and crossing branches.
Crown Thinning: Selectively removing branches to allow light to permeate and to stimulate growth and openness. No more than 30% foliage should be removed in one year.
Crown lifting: Enhancing the crown by removing low-lying branches along the trunk, or removing them because they can be a nuisance to everyday yard maintenance or possibly dangerous.
Crown Reduction: This is where the crown of the tree is made smaller, either all over or in a certain area to redress an imbalance of the shape. As with crown thinning, no more than 30% of the foliage should be removed in one year and the outcome should leave the tree looking as natural as possible, without leaving large thick branch ends on the extremities of the crown. A good reduction/reshaping will leave the tree with strong framework of the large branches, which supports smaller branches and twigs (leaf bearing material), helping to produce dense leaf coverage next season.
Tree Topping: This is removing the tops of trees. It can also be called rounding-over, heading, stubbing, tipping, lopping, and dehorning. Tree topping is a drastic trimming method that promises a lot of things but delivers quite the opposite. In the most extreme circumstances (which we’ve also noticed still happens quite frequently), trees are topped down to nothing more than stubs.
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