Sapodilla Trees

Sapodilla Trees

Anonymous added on July 12, 2012 | Answered

What causes baby sapodillas to fall of the tree?

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Answered on July 13, 2012

It is common for a tree to drop some of its fruit during the growing season as part of the natural thinning process. especially when there are more blossoms/fruit than it can support. If far too many are dropping, then it can be a sign that the tree is under stress, which could be caused a lack of water (or even too much water), too little nutrients, or even pests/disease.

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