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Mulberry tree has stopped fruiting since trim

My mulberry tree was a good fruitier. After I gave it a trim, it no longer produces fruit and some of the leaves have changed shape. What is happening, and how can I fix my mulberry tree?

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#1 Comment By BushDoctor On 10/21/2018 @ 7:24 pm

Depending on the severity of the pruning, it may not fruit again for another year or two, possibly out to 4 years, since the fruit will produce only on older growth. Severe pruning should be done gradually, and over time to reduce recovery time.

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