NCR429, Reviewed October 1993
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There is hope for old apple trees that have long been out of production. They can grow high-quality food for several years if structurally sound. Even unsound trees can be renovated, but they will not have a long life.
The primary tasks are to prune the tree back into manageability and then to incorporate a fertilization program. Procedures and timelines for pruning are in this brochure.
NCR429, reviewed October 1993
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