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Looking for (professional) help pruning 1st year fruit trees

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Location: Southern Colorado
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I am looking for recommendations to help with a initial prune on 22 fruit trees that were planted bareroot spring of 2014. The property is 25 minutes south west of Pueblo Colorado. I have pruned other fruit trees in the past, but I definitely created some challenges by not cleaning up some of the pre-shipping cuts the nursery made. There are also 3 old unkempt fruit trees that need rehab. It could also serve as a bigger learning opportunity if more folks want to attend.


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how it looked in the fall
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