December 31, 2006
Whether you are planning one black cherry tree in your yard or planning to establish a plantation with hundreds of trees, there are some basic planning, planting and maintenance activities you should consider. Proper pruning is the key to increasing the quality of your black cherry trees and possibly double the value of your plantation at harvest. Learn more about the biology and silvics, establishment (including pruning techniques) and management of black cherry trees in this two-page publication.
Author: Yvonne C. Barkley