Crown Thinning

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What we do

Crown thinning is the removal of a portion of smaller/tertiary branches, usually at the outer crown, to produce a uniform density of foliage around an evenly spaced branch structure. It is usually confined to broad-leaved species. Crown thinning does not alter the overall size or shape of the tree.

Common reasons for crown thinning are to allow more light to pass through the tree, reduce wind resistance and reduce weight (this does not necessarily reduce leverage on the structure).

*All works include the removal of timber and arisings from site*