I get asked a lot about how to prune older trees, particularly from gardeners who have moved to a new house and have inherited unruly and unproductive specimens. The other common issue is dealing with a older tree that has been pruned too hard either by a previous owner or by the gardener themselves. I hope this article will help avoid pruning problems while also giving some assistance in correcting mistakes that have already been made. Old and unproductive trees in a commercial orchard would normally be removed a well pruned new tree will produce far more fruit in the long run but in the garden there are often other things to consider. You may want to keep an old tree for the beauty it ads to your garden or for sentimental reasons, in this case there is more to consider than just fruit yield.
How to prune mature apple trees
How To Prune Apple Trees
It seems complicated, and many gardeners are apprehensive about tackling the task. Take heart—it is almost impossible to kill a tree by pruning it, and most of the intimidating pruning takes place in the first three years of an apple tree's life. After then, the hard part is over. Most fruit trees grown in home gardens are spurring types. A spur is a short 3- to 5-inch branch where the apple tree flowers and sets fruit. Pruning encourages the tree to grow more of these fruiting spurs by removing competing suckers and unproductive wood.
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How to Prune an Overgrown Apple Tree
Growing fruit at home can be a rewarding experience, both in the process and the results. If you've been cultivating an apple tree and want to get maximum fruit production out of it, you've likely looked into the necessity of pruning. Pruning works to create a healthier tree, stimulate growth, and produce larger quantities and higher quality fruit over time. Don't let your tree grow into disarray as a result of neglect, take a few easy steps and prune your apple tree yourself.