Jul 13, The short answer is: yes. Cutting back pecan trees in the first five years of their lives can be a huge benefit when they reach maturity.
And pruning a pecan tree when it is grown can help prevent the spread of disease and promote better nut production. When you first transplant your pecan tree, prune back the top third of the branches. Marblehead, MA Tree Pruning- Tree Pruning Service. Tree services including emergency service for Tree Removal, Trimming, Stump Grinding and more. Call us today ator request a quote to be connected to a Tree Service in your area.
Pruning too early in the winter leaves pecan trees susceptible to disease at the pruning site. Summer Pruning Pecan trees can be pruned in summer to remove excess growth.
Summer pruning will slow.