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Article: Winter Pruning of Trees, A Timely Task: Desert Exceptions?

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holly85749
Tucson, AZ

January 3, 2011
9:32 PM

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Love your article - very good explanations and graphics!

I have heard that here in the Sonoran Desert that our trees (palo verde, mesquite, acacia) heal faster when we prune them in the heat. It doesn't make sense to me, but much is topsy-turvy in the desert.

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