Guava
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Why there is Premature falling of Guava fruit from the plant.

Zone Guwahati, 781007, Assam, North East India | Anis BARBHUIYAN added on June 15, 2019 | Answered

I have a decently healthy guava plant 1/½ yes old almost 20 ft high. Leaves, branches seems to look healthy once it started growing after initial months of stunted growth. However right from the begining almost 90% of the guava fruits seems to fall of prematurely. Please advice and suggest what step I need to take. It\\\'s a Thai variety Guava plant purplish in colour planted in North East region of India - Assam, Guwahati.which is a conducive climate for such a plant considered Tropical region. Look forward to your response for corrective measures if it needs to be undertaken. Haven\\\'t used any other fertilisers besides Vermicompost though not that very frequently.

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BushDoctor
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Answered on June 16, 2019

Without photos it would be hard to say. If that is the only thing that the tree has been fed with, then I would suggest that the tree may be lacking in nutrients. There are many fruit tree fertilizers on the market, and most will work just fine.

Please include some photos, and I will be able to help you a little better. In the meantime, this article will help: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/fruits/guava/guava-tree-wont-fruit.htm

This article will give you information on growing guava trees: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/fruits/guava/growing-guava-fruit-trees.htm

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Buzz
Answered on June 18, 2019

Sure and thank you for your prompt response. I will try to share and upload few images of the plant ASAP.
Best Regards
Buzz

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