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Webinar - Pruning Young Trees to improve Form
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The PA Urban & Community Forestry Lunchtime Webinars are part of a growing series to expand training and outreach opportunities on urban & community forestry topics.

7/16/2013
When: 7/16/2013
Noon to 1:00 PM
Where: Webinar
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Aside from proper planting and watering, young tree training is one of the most important cultural practices we can perform for our landscape and community trees. Pruning for structure and form while a tree is young can improve a trees structure and form, as well as preventing future branch breakage, especially from co-dominant stems.

Join Vincent Cotrone, Penn State Extension Urban Forester and ISA Certified Arborist for the July 16th Lunch Time Community Forestry Webinar - Pruning Young Trees to Improve Structure and Form. Participants will learn about the biological effects of various pruning cuts, when the best time to prune for form, how to recreate a central leader, how to remove or subordinate a co-dominant branch, and how often young trees should receive training pruning.

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 https://meeting.psu.edu/pacommunityforestry

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