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The aim of this guide is to present results of scientific research on pruning in a way that can be understood easily by all people who care about trees In this guide I discuss pruning for the desires of man, but also for the health of the trees and their associates I have tried to make this guide easy to read, easy to understand, and easy to put into practice I hope you find it that way I emphasize that this is a guide and not a rule book full of absolutes Themes are presented There will always be variations on the themes And finally, please use great care and caution when pruning Because information is given does not mean that laymen should attempt all pruning operations....

Title : Tree Pruning: A Worldwide Photo Guide
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ISBN : 0943563089
Format Type : Hardcover
Language : English
Publisher : Shigo 3rd edition January 1, 1989
Number of Pages : 186 pages
File Size : 773 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Tree Pruning: A Worldwide Photo Guide Reviews

  • gt surber
    2018-11-13 09:51

    Review – True Pruning: A Worldwide Photo Guide

  • greenmandave
    2018-11-19 08:55

    highly recommended, i'm a huge an of Dr. Alex Shigo and this is his first book i can call my own

  • Brian
    2018-10-31 09:09

    This book will change the way you think about trees. It's essentially a condensation of the principals Shigo presented in his book "A New Tree Biology", but directed at those who care for, and prune, trees. Before you take saw or loppers to a tree, make sure you read this book. Check the Shigo website; the prices are much better than the copies shown here.

  • Philip G.
    2018-11-15 13:10

    I rented this book from the library and it is excellent. I am now looking to purchase the book, and I notice it holds its value. I was expecting to find this book like almost all other books online for like a dollar or two. But, no, this book is pricey, and that is probably because others agree it is so good.

  • Amazon Customer
    2018-11-05 06:10

    Dr Alex Shigo almost singlehandedly revolutionized the tree-care industry by researching how trees work, and how they deal with injuries (including pruning) and decay. This book uses color photos and clear explanations of how pruning should be done for the most benefit to a tree itself and to the people who share its space, for maximum beauty, safety and serviceability. I used to have a copy of this book, but evidently somebody liked it even better than I did. The copy I'm buying will be my second, and I don't plan to lend it out!