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  1. Raisa MATVEEVA, Cand. Biol. science

    For a caring owner who correctly forms the crown of trees and normalizes the harvest, the garden does not need support. But if you regretted and did not thin out the extra fruits that were set on the trees, then, of course, in order to avoid breaking off the branches under the weight of an unbearable load, the crown must be supported. Make strong, lightweight supports with a bifurcation at the top, on which to lay a layer of soft cloth so that later there will be no scuffs on the bark.

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