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" ... left by the removal of the affected part of the limb is a method used on some trees. This may be justified in certain cases, but it also must be supplemented by careful spraying of the bark. If the limb is removed, the cut should be at the junction... "
A Treatise on Pruning Forest and Ornamental Trees - Page vii
by Amédée Joseph de Pérusse Des Cars - 1881 - 65 pages
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Annual Report of the Secretary of the State Horticultural Society of Michigan

1883
...shall be left on the trunk. The cut should always be made close to and perfectly even with the outlines of the trunk, without regard to the size of the wound...its observance the success of the operation depends. "A tree entirely left to itself," says Des Cars, "generally develops in one of two directions. It does...
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The gypsy moth: Porthetria dispar (Linn.). A report of the work of ...

Edward Howe Forbush, Charles Henry Fernald, Massachusetts. State Board of Agriculture - Gypsy moth - 1896 - 495 pages
...Method. — Evidently , then , no portion of the amputated branch should be left, but the cut should be made close to and perfectly even with the outline of the trunk or limb from which the branch is removed, without regard to the size of the wound thns made. When this...
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The Gypsy Moth: A Report of the Work of Destroying the Insect in ...

Edward Howe Forbush, Charles Henry Fernald - History - 1896 - 496 pages
...Method. — Evidently, then, no portion of the amputated branch should be left, but the cut should be made close to and perfectly even with the outline of the trunk or limb from which the branch is removed, without reyard to the size of the wound thus made. When this...
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The Pruning-book: A Monograph of the Pruning and Training of Plants as ...

Liberty Hyde Bailey - Fruit - 1898 - 545 pages
...dead branch shall be left on the trunk. The 86. The wrong way to make the wound. Side and front views. cut should always be made close to and perfectly even...without regard to the size of the wound thus made. This *A. Des Cars, A Treatise on Pruning Forest and Ornamental Trees. By Charles S. Sargent, Boston, 1881....
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The Garden [London], Volume 54

1898
...direction of the limb Tnie leaves a stub as shown. The proper way, how ever, is to make the cut cloe; to and perfectly even with the outline of the trunk without regard to th size of the wound, leaving no portion (if the amputate or dead branch on the trunk. All parts of...
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Annual Report of the Secretary of the Massachusetts ..., Volume 50, Part 1902

Massachusetts. State Board of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1903
...dead branch shall be left on the trunk. The cut should always be made close to and perfectly even with the trunk, without regard to the size of the wound thus made " (see Fig. 14) . It has been our practice to follow this rule, except where a large excrescence or...
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Public documents of Massachusetts, Volume 9

Massachusetts - History - 1903
...dead branch shall be left on the trunk. The cut should always be made close to and perfectly even with the trunk, without regard to the size of the wound thus made " (see Fig. 14 }. It has been our practice to follow this . rule, except where a large excrescence...
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Annual Report, Volume 2, Part 1

New York (State). Dept. of Agriculture - 1916
...limb is removed, the cut should be at the junction of the limb with the parent branch. The cut should be made close to and perfectly even with the outline of the parent branch, without regard to the size of the resulting wound (Fig. 9). It is important that the...
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Manual of fruit diseases

Lexemuel Ray Hesler, Herbert Hice Whetzel - Gardening - 1920 - 462 pages
...the tree, the cut should be made at the junction of the limb with the parent branch. The cut should be made close to and perfectly even with the outline of the larger supporting limb without regard to the size of the resulting wound. A rough, splintered surface...
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Annual Report of the New York State College of ..., Volume 28, Part 1915

New York State College of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1916
...limb is removed, the cut should be at the junction of the limb with the parent branch. The cut should be made close to and perfectly even with the outline of the parent branch, without regard to the size of the resulting wound (Fig. 9) . It is important that the...
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