What size tree and what size branch? With a relatively young tree it will
likely put out a couple of new branches at that spot. With a large tree the
branch will probably be much too heavy so will be difficult to support until
it heals... regardless, if the tree is otherwise healthy why look for
trouble by making a place for disease to start... I'd carefully remove the
No matter what the damage one can always bolt,wrap, tape, tie etc
things together. The sooner the better think a broken human limb. May
not work but give it a shot anyway. Sort of like root layering a gift.
> I was just cutting down large pine tree in yard and it fell into my
I doubt that it is worth the effort. You don't say how old it is or
give any indication of diameter. Up to an inch you could save it
possibly by splinting, but you would have to do it every year for
several years until the bark has grown thick enough to support it. If
it much thicker than that you would have to be desperate to want to
save it and I doubt that there is anything you could really do about
it. You could try a tree surgeon, but remember surgeaons like to cut.
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