Category Archives for Pruning

Vigour Control for Fruit Trees and Bushes

Having just been told about putting the vigour back into fruit trees, it may seem a bit strange to be told now how to reduce it. However this is not as contrary as it sounds. One of the causes of … Continue reading

14. May 2011 by admin
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Pruning Bush and Cane Fruits

  Gooseberries, red currants and white currants are pruned in just the same way; so, what is recommended for gooseberries, applies equally well to all fruit best grown on spurs. The bushes are grown on a short leg, or trunk, … Continue reading

14. May 2011 by admin
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Pruning Fruit Trees

Young Trees By and large, the different kinds of tree fruit (apples, pears, etc.) are pruned in the same way to produce a particular tree form. That is to say, a bush tree is formed in much the same way … Continue reading

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Pruning Fruit Trees and Fruit Bushes

To the beginner, pruning is always one of the more mystifying jobs in the garden. Where fruit trees are concerned there are strange words like ‘laterals’, ‘spurs’ and a host more to cope with, Do we really have to know … Continue reading

14. May 2011 by admin
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