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Mango tree branching

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Alan starts with ...
Hi, I have a young mango tree and I read about pruning off the top when it is about 1 - 1.2m so that it will start branching.

I did that and it is branching nicely. However, the lower half of the tree also started branching.

My question is, do I remove any branches not forming near the top of the tree?

Thanks!
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Mike says...
Hi Alan

I would certainly take those branches off the lower part of your tree. You need the branching to occur where you have taken out the growing point.
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