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TPH - Tree Pruning Hypothesis | AcronymAttic
4. Define maturity.
What outward signs indicate when a tree is mature (e.g. growth rates, form changes, etc.)?
What internal conditions indicate maturity (e.g. number of sapwood increments, amount of protection wood, etc.)?
Use maturity as basis for determining pruning dose.
6. Establish failure thresholds.
Expand our current experience with strength loss ratios to include whole tree analysis.
Integrate tree size, density and crown configuration with environmental factors.
Such analysis would be quite complicated and would require quantum leaps in our technologies.
In addition to looking at why trees fail, look at why trees don’t. How come those trees that should break or fall down, haven’t?
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Skilled climbers look for ways to offset the loss of support. Redirects and secondary lines are two of these. Regardless of how clever and tough the individual, there almost always seems to be parts of a tree that raise the hair a bit. It’s times like these that compromises are often sought.