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pomegranate tree

Pomegranate fruits get ripped at only the size of a lime citrus with crack open area. Also has black dots all around, I see pomegranates at Supermarkets 5 times bigger in diameter. Why?


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#1 Comment By theficuswrangler On 12/28/2014 @ 4:01 am

The black spots could be cercospora spot disease. This article has more information: [1]
Water stress can cause rind split in young citrus; perhaps its the same with pomegranate. Also, you’re plant may not be old enough to fruit well, or it may be a variety that doesn’t fruit well. Here’s some more information: [2]
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