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HS 889: Your Florida Dooryard Citrus Guide - Pruning

Figure 2. When the bottom of the branch collar cannot be seen from above the branch, the angle of the cut can be estimated. Think of an angle (A) created by the branch bark ridge and an imaginary line flush with the tree trunk. Duplicate that angle (B) in the branch to be trimmed and then make the pruning cut.