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Millen Garden Club Jenkins County Ag Center September 11, 2012 Pruning
Three T’s for Proper Pruning Using the appropriate TOOL Using the correct TECHNIQUE Pruning at the right TIME
Loppers Scissor-cut Anvil-cut Hand Pruners
Basic Principle of Pruning Most re-growth occurs within 6 to 8 inches of the cut to 8 inches of the cut Apical Dominance Auxin
Formal Hedge Pruning Planting Year 1 Year 2 Year in.
PruningTechnique Heading Thinning
Crepe Myrtle Pruning Before Pruning After Pruning
Renewal Pruning Never do renewal pruning in fall or early winter Do renewal pruning 4 to 6 weeks before spring growth begins
Year 1: Remove half the growth Thinning and heading cuts Year 2: Remove other half of old wood Shrub is now smaller Renewal Pruning
Do Not Severely Prune Conifers (Pine, Spruce, Juniper) Boxwood
Making the Cut A: just above a bud, slight angle B: too wide an angle C: too far from the bud D: too close the bud RightWrong
Pruning Influences Growth Habit
Removing a large branch Jump Cut
Prune just outside the branch collar
Spring vs. Summer Flowering Prune spring-flowering plants after they bloom Prune summer- flowering plants before new growth begins
Spring Flowering Plants Azalea Forsythia Oakleaf Hydrangea Flowering Cherry Flowering Quince Dogwood Redbud Rhododendron Bradford Pear Wisteria
Summer Flowering Plants Crapemyrtle Glossy Abelia Goldenrain Tree Rose-of-Sharon (Althea) Nandina Shrub Roses Sweetshrub
Techniques of Pruning. 1. To remove dead, diseased, insect-infested, or broken branches. 2. To change the size or proportion of the plant. 3. To develop.
August 2008 The appearance of a properly pruned tree is like a good hair cut: hardly noticeable at first glance. Original Power Point Created by Dr. Teri.
Presented by Dr. Teri Hamlin Georgia Department of Education The appearance of a properly pruned plant is like a good hair cut: hardly noticeable at first.
The appearance of a properly pruned plant is like a good hair cut: hardly noticeable at first glance. Presented by Dr. Teri Hamlin Georgia Department.
Pruning Tools Hand clippers Scissor type Snapcut type Pruning shears Loppers Pruning saw.
Remove dead, diseased, insect-infested, or broken branches Change the size or proportion of the plant. Develop a special form or shape. Remove.
Techniques of Pruning Unit 33 Introduction Horticulture.
Pruning Ornamental Plants. Principles of Pruning Shrubs that produce flowers on wood grown the previous season should be pruned immediately after flowers.
Pruning School Objective: To select proper pruning techniques and demonstrate their use in the landscape.
Maintenance of Landscape Maintain newly planted plants in a given environment Prune ornamental plants to maintain an attractive landscape.
Horticulture II - Landscape UNIT C LANDSCAPE INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE.
Pruning is… The term used for the selective removal or reduction of certain plant parts. Pruning ranges from removing selected parts or removal of huge.
The First Cut is the Deepest Presented by Susan Henson Horticulturist and Certified Arborist For the City of Grand Prairie.
1 Pruning Basics by Sandy Scott. 2 Pruning Equipment Gloves Hand pruners ½” –By pass –Anvil –Ratchet –Strong metal –Safety lock –Spring –Sharp –Clean.
Landscape maintenance. Regular maintenance Soil maintenance –pH and nutrient testing & maintenance –Amending –Weed control Plant maintenance –Irrigation.
Duck Creek HOA Spring Start Up. Things You Can Do Now for the Summer Season Mower Maintenance Tool Maintenance Irrigation Maintenance Color Beds and Shrubs.
PLANT MATERIAL MAINTENANCE Pruning. Both an art and a science.
6.00 Apply procedures to maintain landscapes and landscape equipment Apply procedures to prune, fertilize and mulch landscape plants.
Horticulture CD Unit C 4-3: Nursery, Landscaping, and Gardening.
Nursery Pruning/Training Winston Dunwell April 1, 2010
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Plant ID Review 2 for Vocats. A medium size deciduous shrub with dark green leaves 1" to 2" long that turn a glowing brilliant red in the fall. A.Winged.
CLEMSON E X T E N S I O N putting knowledge to work.
Raingarden Maintenance Tips to keep your raingarden looking spectacular!
Bush Pyramid Cordon, Single, double or triple Half standard Dwarf pyramid Standard Spindle bush Fan Palmette Espalier Stepover.
4 Reasons for Pruning -Safety -Health -Aesthetics -Production.
Pruning Sheila Dunning. What is Pruning? Removal of plant parts –Shoots, branches, fronds, flowers Improve health Control growth Influence flowering &
Cove Creek Gardens’ Interactive Resource Center Garden Internship Program Welcome To the PowerPoint Training for the.
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Pruning and Training. Link Training to Productivity Productivity is all about - Quality - Quantity - Price - Timing to Market All the areas of training.
Junior Nursery/ Landscaping Competition Christina Smith.
The Joy of Pruning Why and how. The Joy of Pruning Why.
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Fruit Handbook for Western Washington: Pruning Gary A. Moulton & Jacqueline King WSU Mount Vernon NWREC
Pruning Why –Remove dead, damaged, diseased branches –Promote strong branch unions –Improve line-of-sight –Control plant size and shape (branch location)
Deciduous Fruit Trees Growing Cycles, Common Sizes, Training and Pruning.
Mrs. Halkiades Fall Lead Branch Is the most important branch Dominant over other branches Scaffold Branches Other branches (besides the lead branch)
Spring Flowers Spring Flowers that Grow from Bulbs Chapter 1.
Due to recent extreme low temperatures tender plants may be damaged. Examples would be Camelias, Gardenias, English Hawthorne and some varieties of Azaleas.
Your info Requests. What is an Allergy? Caused by a protein from a plant or animal that interacts with a persons super sensitive immune system. Yes.
Pruning Trees Why do we prune trees? For the tree’s health For flowers, foliage, fruit, and stems For a pleasing shape and size For safety.
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If you enjoy spending your time working in the backyard garden, then you might have noticed that sometimes, the loppers and hand pruners are not ideal.
There are a few simple principals everybody should understand before they set out to prune a tree: - Each cut has the potential to change the growth.
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