Apricot Trees
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My poor apricot tree

Zone Minneapolis, MN | Jennifer Milano added on July 15, 2017 | Answered

Hi. I have a self-pollinating apricot tree. I live in Minnesota. The tree is almost 4 years old. It did really well until this summer. Last year, it blossomed, bore lots of perfect fruit, and seemed healthy. This year, it blossomed, grew leaves, and then suddenly all the leaves began turning yellowish brown. No fruit has grown. One person I called said it's probably frost damage but had no idea how to help the tree. Another person asked to see pictures of the trunk and said it has cankers and will likely die. Help!!

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