During a trees life cycle it is natural for some branches to die back especially during periods of drought or through storm damage - and they are eventually shed.
It is important for reasons of safety to have deadwood in your tree regularly inspected and cleared.
Deadwooding involves the removal of all dead, dying, broken or diseased branches from the tree. In performing this, the tree is more structurally sound to adverse weather conditions and visually is more aesthetic. Deadwooding also increases the amount of light and air circulation within the canopy of the tree, reduces the risk of pests and disease.
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