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Apple and pear trees, 5 ft. apart with a small fir tree in between — is this the cause of no blossoms on trees?

Due to water starvation?


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#1 Comment By treestylesteve On 08/29/2019 @ 2:40 am

Fir trees and fruit trees are always a bad mix due to firs causing the acidification of the soil around them. They cast too much shade also and will affect the growth form of surrounding trees adversely as a result. Water competition is also an important factor as you suggest.
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