Training and Pruning of Fruit Crops
Left to themselves, the cultivated plants may attain a shape of their own depending upon the variety and crop. They may not also bear abundantly unless trained. Training refers pruning followed primarily to give a definite shape or form to trees and slow to control the growth. The two practices, training and pruning are often confused and considered the same, since they go hand in hand. But, prunng in the broader sence refers to removal of plant parts with an object to get better yield and quality fruits while training is to give the trees a basis frame work specially done when the tree are young. The training of course is achieved by pruning.