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How to Stop Tree Branches Growing When Chopped?

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If the tree has reached the desired height, cut back the leaders (the new growth at the tip of each branch) by about two-thirds. # If you want the tree to grow taller, leave the leaders and cut back lateral branches leaving about six buds.
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You can get a cut branch from a tree to grow if you immediatly give it a growing horomone. You then have to put it into dirt and keep it taken care of and you will grow another tree
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Its called a Chopping machine now isnt that
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