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You should never prune an apple tree in the fall. Because your fresh pruning cuts leave the tree susceptible and open to disease, you don't want to prune when it will be wet for 2 to 3 weeks after you prune. Note: ice and snow are considered dry in regards to fungus and bacteria spores. In wet parts of the country like the Pacific Northwest, the best time to prune an apple tree is in July. For more on fruit tree care read How to Care for Fruit Trees in Fall Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins.

Feb 07, When to Prune Apple Trees. Although apple tree trimming may be accomplished any time of the year, late winter to very early spring is most advisable (March and April), after the worst of the cold snaps to minimize possible injury due to stumplop.pwted Reading Time: 3 mins. Mar 16, CORVALLIS, Ore. - You can prune an apple tree any time of the year without hurting it, but late winter, just before spring, is probably best. The worst of the cold weather is past, so you won't be subjecting the fresh cuts to severe icing, but you'll still be able to influence the tree's spring growth.

Jun 06, Pruning is best done in late winter while the tree is dormant, or in the early spring before new growth has begun. If possible, avoid pruning in the summer and fall, as this stimulates new, sensitive growth that may be vulnerable to insect attack and winter damage.

If you have a struggling apple tree, you’ll want to prune it when the leaves start growing. This is because it’s easier to see which limbs are dead and which ones are alive. Prune dead limbs out of the tree anytime of year. You can easily spot dead branches during the spring and summer. Oct 07, The best time to prune apple trees is either late in the winter or early in the spring because that’s the time when the tree is entering a dormant state after shedding its leaves and before new buds appear.





It’s best to complete the pruning just before the growth starts in.





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