How to Trim a Pine Tree?

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You can trim a pine tree by cutting off all the branches that are hanging low. You can also cut off all the dead ones. You will want to cut them well above your head length.
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The way to trim a pine tree is to only trim out branches that have died or have become diseased. You should never trim the top off the pine tree as you could end up killing the tree. If you have a very tall pine tree you can cut off the lower limbs to be able to walk under the tree.
It all depends on how you want it trimmed. If you want it higher off the ground you just simply cut the lower branches off, until you have the height you want.
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Just trim the lower branches. They don't usually need to be trimmed. They usually do that on their own.
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