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Q.Sapodilla tree

Zone 33912 zone 11 | Anonymous added on April 3, 2018 | Answered

We have a mature sapodilla tree- over 12 years old. 35-40 foot and appears very healthy and in the perfect growing conditions but it doesn’t seem to bloom. We have one fruit. We have many other fruit trees in the yard of different varieties- all producing fruit.
Obviously the sapodilla must have flowered somewhat but we never saw the blooms. What do you suggest? Are they male/female and we need another tree? Thanks for any help.

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Answered on April 4, 2018

The article below has great information and in particular fertilizer requirements.
Look it over and see if anything jumps out at you that you can make adjustments with.


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