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Fruit Tree Pruning

Fruit trees are planted to enjoy their produce, but unfortunately in many cases they do not get the care and attention they need to keep on producing fruit for you to enjoy for many years.

Their location within your garden in respect of root growth and sunlight are particularly important, but also their annual care through pruning is a necessity.

The size fruit trees are allowed to grow to is also important for ease of harvesting the fruit and limiting the amount of fruit that falls to the ground and is either bruised or wasted.

Pruning may only be the removal of any dead or damaged wood, but pruning does differ with each type of fruit tree and Richard Gauld, Tree Specialist can provide this service with advice for future care and attention. Identification of insect, pest and disease can also be carried out so that you will be able to enjoy your fruit harvest for many years.

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Tree Safety Inspections & Health Diagnosis

Your trees deserve and require as much care and attention as the rest of your garden and property. Trees should be health and safety inspected at least once per year, or after particularly stormy and windy weather.
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Tree Management Plans & Ecological Surveys

Richard Gauld, Tree Specialist has worked closely with a number of trusts, housing associations and private householders to develop targeted management plans to help take control of the trees on your property or around your business.
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Fruit Tree Pruning

Fruit trees are planted to enjoy their produce, but unfortunately in many cases they do not get the care and attention they need to keep on producing fruit for you to enjoy for many years.
 
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