Cutting Back Almonds
I have some nice thrifty two-year-old almond trees which I did not "top"
this spring. The limbs are from about four to seven or eight feet long.
Would it not be best to "top" them yet?
Cut them back to a shoot of this year's growth, removing about a third
of last year's growth, perhaps. This will give you lower and better
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