Jul 29, 2021

PPT - Are You Getting the Most Out of Your tree service? PowerPoint Presentation - ID:10697040

Pruning cuts must be flush with the adjacent branch without leaving stubs. Also, when large horizontal cuts are made, they ought to be a little angled so that water does not set on the cut surface as this will trigger rotting and disease. Place your pot on a drain tray and fill with pebbles, gravel or marbles to roughly 2 to 3 inches high. This enables much better water drainage so the peach...

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