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Hurricane Cuts Compromise Palm Tree Structure in High Winds! Doug Caldwell, University of Florida Extension, Collier County Commercial Landscape Horticulture There are plenty of beat up palm trees following Wilma’s to MPH winds on October On top of that, there appears to be certain streets that not only got the surprise backside windsFile Size: KB.

Jul 01, Now that hurricane season is here, many have asked about hurricane trimming palm trees. Here are some reasons you shouldn't cut your treefall.pwg: Winter Park. Hurricane Pruning When it comes to pruning palm trees, less is usually better. You never want to overprune your palms by subjecting them to what's called"hurricane pruning" or"hurricane cutting," where all but a few fronds are cut off.

Palms are naturally able to withstand the high winds that hurricanes bring, so removing fronds isn't treefall.pwg: Winter Park. Oct 09, Trimming weak or diseased trees before hurricane season is a good idea to prevent large trees from causing harm to buildings or people -- but only if Estimated Reading Time: 40 secs. Hurricane pruning is the over-trimming of a palm tree. It is perfectly fine to prune palm trees once per year to remove any deal fronds, seed pods and low hanging leaves, but over-pruning can lead to problems with the palm tree.





Hurricane cutting is mostly undertaken by lawn care companies who think they are doing the owner a treefall.pwted Reading Time: 4 mins. Sep 08, Proper Palm Pruning. When considering pruning your palms, you may think you need to “hurricane prune” your palm tree. Hold that thought before you do more harm than good. There is a misunderstanding that by removing almost all palm fronds, leaving only the youngest few, you create a more wind resistant palm.

However, evidence suggests that it is not correct and “hurricane pruning” actually weakens palm trees Missing: Winter Park. The trees on the left were over-pruned before the storm, and as you can see, suffered major damage during the hurricane. These trees will not grow back. Just a couple of blocks away, however, the trees on the right faired much better during the storm.

They were not given the hurricane cut beforehand. Proper Yard Prep. So, now that you know what NOT to do to your precious palms when preparing for Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Sep 12, A “hurricane cut” is a practice that is done when a sabal palm is being transplanted to a site with NO irrigation. All of the fronds are removed prior to transplanting. Research has shown that the Missing: Winter Park.





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