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I have had this trident stump for a year now and want to start developing it next year. Any advice on this will be appreciated.
That is what I was looking for. If you look at the left side photo you will see a branch in the area to be smoothed out. If I remove this will something else pop out in this area or do I need to try and work around the branch I have?
Spring Gib and a Knob cutter would probably be the weapon of choiceWhen would be the best time to cut back this area? I live in zone 5 and will be keeping this tree in my greenhouse this winter at around 34 degrees. What would be the best tool/tools to use for this procedure?
Pruning in front of the collar, or swell at the base of the branch.Tom, what is your definition of a collar prune?
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