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Title Type Date Words
Chapter 1 Introduction. Jan 1, 2002 4113
Chapter 2 Plant selection and management: the best way to minimize pruning needs. Jan 1, 2002 2646
Chapter 3 Tree structure. Jan 1, 2002 3406
Chapter 4 Tree biology. Jan 1, 2002 3530
Chapter 5 Pruning cuts. Jan 1, 2002 5007
Chapter 6 Pruning tools. Jan 1, 2002 2475
Chapter 7 When to prune. Jan 1, 2002 3955
Chapter 8: Nursery shade tree production pruning: developing the trunk and leader. Jan 1, 2002 5746
Chapter 9 Nursery shade tree production pruning: developing the canopy. Jan 1, 2002 5474
Chapter 10 Developing special forms on young plants. Jan 1, 2002 3945
Chapter 11 Structural pruning of shade trees in the landscape: objectives. Jan 1, 2002 4345
Chapter 12 Structural pruning of shade trees in the landscape: execution. Jan 1, 2002 4839
Chapter 14 Considerations for maintaining special sites and trees. Jan 1, 2002 6623
Chapter 15 Standards and specifications. Professional standards Jan 1, 2002 3209
Chapter 16 Shrub pruning. Jan 1, 2002 4221
Appendix 1 Nonconiferous trees requiring only moderate pruning to develop strong structure. List Jan 1, 2002 772
Appendix 2 Trees often grown with a multitrunk habit. List Jan 1, 2002 732
Appendix 3 Trees suited for training into a standard. List Jan 1, 2002 154
Appendix 4 Plants suited for espalier training. Jan 1, 2002 154
Appendix 5 Sample pruning specifications. Professional standards Jan 1, 2002 2612
Appendix 6 A plan for training shade trees in the urban landscape. Professional standards Jan 1, 2002 794
Appendix 7 Nursery production protocol for upright trees. Professional standards Jan 1, 2002 620
Appendix 8 Trees that often form multiple trunks. List Jan 1, 2002 117
Glossary. Glossary Jan 1, 2002 3657

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