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Read on and learn great tips and one of the many ways on how to prune a tree, particularly a Eucalyptus tree.

Read on and learn great tips and one of the many ways on how to prune a tree, particularly a Eucalyptus tree.

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  • 1. How to Prune Eucalyptus Tree Since Eucalypts trees grow quickly, occasional pruning is needed. If you don’t prune your tree, it will appear unpleasing and may over take your backyard.Also, you do it to encourage branching and for the overall health of the tree. Read on and learn great tips and one of the many ways on how to prune tree, particularly a Eucalyptus tree. 1. It is best to prune your tree during summer. Pruning Eucalyptus trees during late fall or winter is not advised because this will cause the branches to die. Also, this may lead to diseases since fungi and other bacteria love to thrive on trees during humid weather.2. Before starting to prune, clean your shear with water and vinegar spray.Get ridof the branches that cross over or rub against other branches that are no morethan two inches in thickness. You can prune these branches and not harm yourtree. You cut off these branches for better wind circulation and light penetration.3. Using a hand saw, cut off diseased or dead lower branches.Trimming the top ofthe tree is usually unnecessary. However, when you notice that the top is tooheavy, you may continue pruning around the top of your tree.4. Trim any water sprouts at the base of your tree. In order to avoid any infection,applypruning wound dressing over all big cuts you made.This will also help healthe cuts faster.If your Eucalyptus tree gets too enormous for you to prune on your own, availexcellent and affordable tree pruning services of WA Tree Works. Visit theirwebsite at www.WATreeWorks.com.au, or click on this link:http://www.watreeworks.com.au/tree-services/log-and-stump-splitting/