MIS308 Tree Pruning

This full-colour, fully-illustrated book provides the body of knowledge that every arborist conducting tree pruning should know, including considerations of the tree as a biomechanical structure, and up-to-date descriptions of tree physiology and biological functions. The Minimum Industry Standards (MISs) is a series of industry peer-reviewed booklets that provide key knowledge for arboriculture and vegetation management workers.


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The National Minimum Industry Standard for tree pruning in Australia and New Zealand

With input from the world’s leading arboricultural researchers and practitioners MIS 308 Tree Pruning includes current theory and best practice techniques regarding tree physiology, biomechanical structure, ecology, mycology and much, much more. It features 170 pages of full-colour practical diagrams and illustrations and is an essential, comprehensive volume that covers:

  • branch attachment and branch end-weight
  • wind loading
  • risk abatement and asset clearance
  • deadwood retention
  • tree health and structure
  • remedial and retrenchment pruning
  • formative and structural pruning
  • palm pruning and pollarding

Additional information

Weight0.2 kg
Dimensions30 × 25 × 2 cm


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