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  • Answered by
    Downtoearthdigs on
    September 13, 2015

    Pruning and some soil corrections may be all you need.
    Pyracantha are often planted and grown as a hedge so if this is the reason for you plantings you may not want the look of spaces in-between the bushes.

    You likely would do some damage to plants in attempts to remove some but if you do attempt this wait until the they are dormant.

    I would start with a soil test. Your lack of berries is likely from to much Nitrogen in the soil.
    You can adjust this with an application of Phosphorous rich fertilizer like Bone Meal.

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