tree pruning

tree pruning

[′trē ‚prün·iŋ]
(computer science)
A strategy for eliminating branches of the complete game tree associated with a given position in a game such as chess or checkers, creating subtrees that explore a limited number of continuations for a limited number of moves.
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Contract notice: tree pruning, felling and maintenance and landscaping service for the city of herblay
Turn-key business w/ all of the equipment to provide services such as; tree removal, tree pruning, tree care, & land clearing.
A new method for creating acoustic insulation uses fibers from orange tree pruning, creating a product that provides 150% more noise control than conventional gypsum boards.
As to rose, shrub and tree pruning this spring, wait until the snow melts, then prune as needed.
Fruit tree pruning is the cutting and removing of parts of a fruit tree.
Walterville School will offer a free Apple Tree Pruning Workshop, presented by Bloom River Gardens, beginning at 10 a.
Nursery manager Graeme Proctor will help you choose the right rootstock and provide tips to make fruit tree pruning easy.
The project will include the installation of new signage, improvements to gates, upgrades of three culverts and tree pruning.
Serious questions have been raised over the awarding of contracts for tree pruning and grass cutting in Birmingham's parks.
The Erdington Tory has backed residents' demands for traffic lights, tree pruning, lollipop ladies and road safety measures.
Over the centuries, tree pruning has evolved beyond simply cutting trees to generate firewood or to clear land for crops.
1 Fruit tree pruning - now that the spring and summer flush of growth has finished, it is an excellent time to spur prune your fruit trees.