Learn how to prune apple trees for better health and larger harvests…
Late winter, before the sap starts to flow and buds begin to swell, is a great time to prune your fruiting trees and shrubs. Thinning out branches and dead wood can help to increase harvests, improve air flow and reduce disease problems, and allow for easier harvesting.
This short video demonstrates how to prune apple trees in late winter to keep your trees healthy and productive for years to come.
You will learn what tools you’ll need for pruning, how to determine which branches to prune, and how to make your cuts to reduce potential for disease or damage to the tree, while encouraging growth that will allow for easier harvesting.
Watch now to learn how to properly prune an apple tree: