Tree Crown Thinning

Crown thinning is the removal of a portion of the tree’s smaller 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. Foliage should be removed systematically throughout the tree, and not more than 30% overall.

 

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

 

Crown thinning is rarely a once-only operation, particularly on species that are known to produce large amounts of epicormic growth such as Lime or Horse Chestnut.

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If you are looking for a team of professional tree surgeons please get in touch. 

Phone : 01480 880199

Email: info@cvts.ltd

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About Us

 

We are a comprehensive tree surgery company covering Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and the surrounding areas. Commercially and domestically. All members of the team are fully insured and have the necessary NPTC qualifications.

Services:

 

- Crown Reduction

- Tree Felling

- Crown Lifting

- Dead Wood Removal

- Crown Thinning

- Pollarding

- Hedge Trimming

- Stump Grinding

- Logs

Contact

 

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Yelling,

St. Neots

Cambridgeshire

 

Phone : 01480 880199

Mobile : 07850 360234

Info@charlievincetreesurgery.co.uk