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Tree Lined Park

Crown Reduction

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This is the most common form of pruning to manage a trees canopy when it has outgrown its environment or location. It can involve lateral and/or height reduction depending on the specification, which will be clearly indicated before any works are carried out.  The aim is to maintain the basic structure and form of the tree but reduce the overall size. Crown reductions can also be undertaken to lessen the stress on poor unions or weak parts of a tree or to increase light and reduce shade to the immediate environment. In some cases the lifespan and longevity of a tree can be increased by undertaking appropriate works in line with best industry practice.

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