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How often should fruit trees be pruned?

Once a month
1%
Every 3 months
5%
Twice a year
15%
Once a year
48%
Every other year
12%
Not sure
15%
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Question: How often should fruit trees be pruned?
Top Answer (48% of 70 votes): Once a year.

Answer: Not sure
Explanation: It depends on what type of fruit tree it is.
TORRISON TREE SERVICE
Answer: Twice a year
Explanation: Tree's need attention in the spring and winter for preservation
Hernandez Tree Service
Answer: Once a year
Explanation: Over trimming will result in the tree going into shock. Unless Fire Blight is evident
Desert Oasis Tree Service
ProMatcher
Answer: Once a month
Explanation: Is better to keep maintenance up on a fruit tree considering all the insects it attracts which carry diseases
Favored tree & fence services
Answer: Once a year
Explanation: Most fruit trees are pruned in the dormant phase once a year for production, however, some species are pruned twice a year. Other considerations are elevation, species, and symmetry.
Lance Fink Tree Falling/Removal
Answer: Once a year
Explanation: When the fruit tree is dormant is actually the best time so you don't slow the reproduction of the fruit
Carders Tree & Landscaping
ProMatcher
Answer: Once a year
Explanation: This really depends on what your goal is and too broad to answer in full. However, Fruit trees can be pruned in the winter, spring, or summer depending upon what your goals are. Trees that do not need pruning yearly to produce fruit are: Peaches, Nectarines, Apricots, Apples, Cherries, Pears, and Plums
TREEology, Inc.
Answer: Once a year
Explanation: Some fruit trees do need more pruning each year than others because some produce fruit on old wood and some on new wood. Fruit trees can be pruned in the winter, spring, or summer depending upon what your goals are.
CMS TREE SERVICES
Answer: Once a year
Explanation: During late winter trees need to be trimmed of deadwood,rubbing,or crowded limbs. Some fruit trees need to be pruned yearly for proper fruit production.
Rising faith tree service
ProMatcher
Answer: Once a year
Explanation: Depends on age of tree and growth rate
Black Dirt Services LLC
Answer: Once a year
Explanation: Prune after winter
Three Sisters Landscaping
Answer: Twice a year
Explanation: Once when leaves are dormant and again when fruiting.
Foley Landscape Services
ProMatcher
Answer: Once a year
Explanation: different fruit trees require different levels and frequency of pruning especially depending on specific aesthetic vs production wants
Friendly Tree Experts
Answer: Once a year
Explanation: But some dont need to be prunned in order to produce fruits
Presidential landscaping
Answer: Every other year
Explanation: It is very important to ONLY trim fruit trees in the winter, as they are more susceptible to disease if pruned in the warmer months.
Busy Bee Tree And Lawn
ProMatcher
Answer: Once a year
Explanation: in some rare exceptions, summertime pruning is necessary to remove dead or non-performing limbs, but in general, fruit trees have leaves to protect fruit. You don't want to damage or sunburn the fruit during growing season. once in fall is preferred
SG Landscape and Outdoors
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: these trees different but depends on our grows
Webster's Lawn care
Answer: Once a year
Explanation: Depending on fruit tree some do not need to be pruned yearly and depending on what you are trying to do.
American Tree Specialists
ProMatcher
Answer: Every other year
Explanation: that is what I do
ECT Contracting LLC
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: only know apples in feb march
h.c.lawn& fence
Answer: Once a year
Explanation: Yes, this is correct.
Down To Dirt Stump Grinding
ProMatcher
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