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With proper care, apple trees will provide a wonderful harvest year after year. Using the proper tools is important, so be sure to have these on hand:

-A pole pruner with a removable curved-blade pruning saw and a compound-action pruner (also known as a pruner head) to cut the higher, thicker branches.

-A razor-tooth pruning saw (also known as a folding saw) which is for small branches less than 2 inches thick.

-A bypass pruner for the smallest branches that are less than 1/2 inch thick.

Resources

For more information about pruning, check out the October issue of Martha Stewart Living. Special thanks to Corona Clipper for giving a razor-tooth saw and bypass pruner to our viewer mail participant.

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