Q.Cut Down Entire Choke Cherry Tree
One big thick limb of a choke cherry tree has decayed. It and all attached branches have fallen to the ground. A black, red and white Woodpecker was pecking away in the decaying wood. Should I remove the affected broken area. Or, shall I have the entire tree cut down?
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It is only necessary to remove the branch that is dead, unless you do not want the shrub, anymore.
I assume, since you mention a thick limb, you mean Prunus viginiana and not Arronia. I will include an article for this: