How To: Cut when pruning plants

Cut when pruning plants

In this tutorial, we learn where to cut on plants to prune. A plant that has a woody stem can be shortened between the leaves, making sure to cut it towards a node because this is where it will heal most rapidly. If you cut it too close tot he bud it will dry out and healing will not occur. Slope the cut away from the bud so you give the plant a greater chance to heal and you can avoid infection. Pruning often gives you control over how big the plant gets, and you can also control what the size of it is. Just make sure to pay attention to where you are cutting, so you can avoid sick plants.

Cut when pruning plants

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