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  1. […] Youthful trees advantage from impact pruning as much as more seasoned trees, pruning youthful trees when they are growing rapidly is basic to ensuring a solid structure for future development. Trees that receive the appropriate pruning measures while they are young will require less corrective pruning as they mature. When trees grow in the woods they lose lower branches in an effort to reach the sunlight that is being competed for. When young trees are planted in yards that are not a competitive environment for sunlight they can grow multiple leader branches that can affect the long term health of the tree. When the correct branches are pruned at this critical stage the branches size remains proportional to the stem diameter and the trees overall shape stays truer to its natural state. […]

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