Peach Trees

No Peaches

H24free added on February 26, 2017 | Answered

I have a donut peach tree that is 5 years old. It has produced a lot of fruit in years 2 and 3, but only about 50 in season 4 and 3 in season 5. I even brought my beehive to help with pollination last year. I noticed little bee activity on the tree. I tried to pollinate by hand. I had tons of blossoms. No fruit (well, only 3). Why? Larry Johnson

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Answered on February 27, 2017

This article may help you identify the problem:

If tiny fruit formed from the blossoms, but it fell off, this could be the result of harsh weather (cold, excessive heat, drought) or over- or underwatering.

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