Pomegranate Trees
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Pomegranate Tree Fruit

MrsP added on February 11, 2013 | Answered

My pomegranate tree is 4 yrs old. Great fruit until this past year. The kernals are shaded from clear to darker pink. None of the fruit had dark red kernals when ripe. My mother, 1 mile away, has had the same problem for years, but her trees lack attention.

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j03bh09an
Answered on February 22, 2013

I have not heard of this happening. My initial reaction would be that it was weather changes or a change in radiation from the sun, but that would not explain why your mother's tree is like that. Did you get your seeds from her? It could be a genetic problem. Good Luck and Happy Growing!

Cheers,
Joe

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AnnsGreeneHaus
Answered on February 13, 2013

Sorry, but I can't find an answer to your question. UC Davis has a pomegranate program. They may be able to give you the answer. Good luck.

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