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Yard and Garden  >  Lawn, Shrubs, Trees  >  SUL 0006

Managing Storm-Damaged Trees -- Sustainable Urban Landscapes

Jeff Iles

Here are pruning tips for do-it-yourselfers or hiring hints if you bring in a professional.

Pages / Length: 4
Publication Date: 03/2008
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