Your Florida Dooryard Citrus Guide - Pruning


Although large machines prune closely planted trees in commercial citrus groves on a regular basis, dooryard citrus need not be pruned at all. There are exceptions: aesthetic purposes, to prevent shading of other plants, to prevent soilborne diseases, to remove cold-damaged limbs, and to rejuvenate old trees with reduced vigor, twig and small branch dieback, and small fruit.

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School of Forest Resources and Conservation Extension, UFL
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