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Q.In My Home One Jackfruit Tree It Has 8 Years Age Still It Not Getting Fruits. Why

Zone Tadepalligudem | Silu_sree added on January 2, 2021 | Answered

It’s height nearly 20 feet it’s in damp condition.

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Answered on January 4, 2021

You can keep it pruned to about 15 feet to make harvesting easier. Also, since it isn't producing, I'm wondering if you are fertilizing. Besides nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium, your tree needs magnesium.

The damp condition may be preventing the fruit. Jackfruit trees do not like wet feet.

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