To prevent the risks of a dangerous tree, we proceed to the guying when the tree is mature and alive. This practice consists in installing a guy at about 3/4 of the height of the tree. Thus, the two strongest parts of the tree hold each other.
Guying is implemented in order to reduce the risk of accidents caused by a dangerous, mature and living tree. This practice consists of installing a guy at about three quarters of the height of the plant. In this way, the two strongest parts of them support each other. How does it work?