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Bought from Bunnings at half a metre tall .How to prune my Kensington mango tree .its 2.1metres to the top then it's sprouts out into the canopy they around a foot or so long 5 all together .the trunk is turning browny trunk colour the rest is green .very healthy looking tree.how do I cut it as its getting tall.if I cut it will it grow more canapys were I cut it? Needing help can't find info anywhere I don't wana kill it . Also do I need to put grafting paint stuff on it were I cut it? Can I save the top were I cut it and try and plant them or graft them onto a lemon tree ?only learning but need a reply fast as it might snap .
Also to the right is a Granny Smith apple tree a golden delicious apple tree a imperial seedless orange tree and my Tahitian lime dwarf on the right .

Submitted: 12:06AM, 03 Feb 2016
Answer: Hi Ben,
You need to prune after the tree has fruited which is late summer. Keep three or four main branches to keep the canopy open this will prevent any fungal problems from occurring, prune off any dead wood as well.
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