Loss of product creates Christmas trees problem

Leader control is a big issue in Christmas trees with probable loss of the Tipoff growth-retardant product and extra growth in 2014 leading to problems with length. The preferred technique is "decapitation", according to British Christmas Tree Growers Association consultant Colin Palmer.

Palmer: addressing growers at Hole Park Estate in Kent
Palmer: addressing growers at Hole Park Estate in Kent

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