ignorant flatlander question of the month...

Rob Clark hcfb at adams.net
Thu Oct 16 22:22:16 EST 1997


ladders and climbing spurs, but if your pines are in a good stand, they
will self prune as they grow.
Rob Clark 

Paul Morgan <t2r6 at worldnet.att.net> wrote in article
<61vm71$kqe at mtinsc04.worldnet.att.net>...
>  Ok, so I've got a pole pruner that allows me to trim up to 18' or so. 
The
> problem is that I've got absolutely gorgeous pines 30-40' tall about 1'
in
> diameter with live and dead branches that I won't be able to reach with
the
> pole pruner.  But is seems a shame to get only one 17' clear log what I
> could get two 17' clear logs at harvest time if I could only reach up
> another 18 feet or so.
> 
> Is there any equipment (other than cherry pickers) or methods that allow
> trimming higher than 18'?
> 
> Paul
> 
> 
> 
> 



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