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Time for pruning fruit trees near

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The second half of January brought numerous phone calls to my office regarding pruning fruit trees, including peaches, figs, pears and plum trees. The majority of the callers inquired into the proper timing for pruning fruit trees on their property. Pruning fruit trees in the middle of January is not a suggested practice, so I recommended my clients to wait until at least the middle of February. With the coldest part of winter behind us, the trees will soon be growing and before we know it spring will be right around the corner.

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