Q.Can Olive Trees Produce FULL Crop After Spraying?
In our HOA, olive trees were sprayed in a timely manner yet all trees produced a regular, full crop of olives. The vendor stated it was due to a “double” blooming and he is not at fault. My feeling is that the chemicals were improperly prepared and ineffective. This was not a reduced production, but rather full. Is there such a thing as a double bloom?
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I didn't find any information on double blooming. Olive trees bloom in the spring and often produce less fruit in alternating years