Severe pruning or topping and regular pruning are part of our range of tree care services. They are even the ones that get the most attention from our customers at Emondage Blainville. But many people don't realize that pruning can be conceived as two separate techniques. They even have little in common; they could be described as opposites, if it weren't for the fact that both tasks involve cutting branches. Except that the work is not done in the same way. Read on to learn more.
First, let's look at regular pruning. This is a technique where the work is spread out over a long enough period of time to ensure that the tree is doing well, or even better, if possible. Indeed, the health of the tree is the focus here. All the planned interventions are designed to avoid any harmful repercussions. The actions are therefore adapted to this goal: they are applied, precise and meticulous. The removal of branches or parts of them is reduced to a strict minimum. The needs of human beings will have to adjust somewhat to respect this imperative of preserving the health of the trees. It is not a question of frustrating expectations, of course, but of modulating them, because your plants should not suffer important consequences.