Put down the chainsaw

Miller, Tracey Payton
November 2012
High Plains Journal;11/5/2012, Vol. 130 Issue 46, p3-C
The article discusses several reasons for pruning in the winter season in Oklahoma including minimization of sap leakage due to dormancy of plants in winter season, reduced colonization of insect and disease population, and overall shape of plants are visible as all leaves have shed off.


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