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This is a traditional open center peach tree which many porches in the southeast are trained to we call it an open center or a vase system all the branches are going out at approximately 45 degree angle with the center of the tree open an open Center tree is primarily used to accommodate the high vigor that peach trees can have and to get rid of some of the shading issues with that excessive growth if we will look at a open Center tree we start the base this one started out with three primarily scaffold branches we come up approximately 18 inches to 2 foot and then these primary scaffolds branch and then we'd come up another 2 to 3 foot and they branch again and then off from of these main scaffolds we take the fine fruiting wood the Redwood is what we're after the red would about the size of a pencil that is going to be the most productive for the peach tree this is approximately seven-year-old peach tree its trained to the open center it has been pruned annually from the day it was planted and we're going to prune it again today for so we can maximize fruit production in the years to come the first thing we will do on a tree like this is we would get rid of the upright growth in the center of the tree the open center tree the center has to be open as the name implies or a vase so first thing we'll do is get rid of this upright growth so growth growing up straight upright or into the center of the tree will be removed we can also look at we have the framework of the tree with our major scaffold branches coming...

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