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Pruning - Crown reduction

Crown reduction is an alternative to topping large trees. Crown reduction is accomplished by removing larger branches at the top or side of the tree. Branches are removed above a lateral branch that will increase in size after cutting. Stubs are not left on this pruning job!
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