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Hand Thinning an Apple Tree with Steve Smith

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Uploaded on Jun 25, 2010

Steve Smith of Smiths' Apples and Farm Market in Port Elgin, Ontario, Canada explains the need to balance the fruit load on apple trees in order to produce quality fruit and promote yearly fruit bud formation. He demonstrates how to remove the extra fruitlets; a process called hand thinning.

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