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Using A Long Handled Saw for high pruning ~ by WoodlandsTV

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Angus Hanton shows us how to use a Long Handed Saw in this handy tutorial.

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Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 31 July, 2008

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23 comments so far

Robinson Lawn & Tree Maintenance
August 18, 2019

I'm an ISA Arborist, I cut underneath than on top about 2-3 inches in front of bottom cut, so when the branch falls it doesn't cause any tearing of the bark ( Scaring )

Angus Hanton
August 19, 2019

Yup, that's a really good point. It's especially important with bigger branches and certain types of tree. Trees with bark like sycamore seem particularly inclined to tear if you don't do the "pre-undercut" technique. Thanks for commenting, – Angus

Get7Out7ofthe7Boat
October 21, 2019

I have just purchased a Silky "Hayauchi" that's good for 21 feet. I think the same as you. Silky is the KING of saws.

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