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Q.Why’s 2 Of My Eight Years Old Fruit Trees Not Bearing Fruits?

Zone 6122 | Jaay added on November 20, 2020 | Answered

I have an 8 years old Nashi pear and black plum trees. They have never produced a single fruit in this 8 years period. I’ve seen few flowers on them just not fruits. I have other fruit trees in the property like mangoes, peaches, figs and more. They have fruits with no problem. Please help. What should I do? Should I get rid of them or can they be saved? Thanks June

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Answered on November 23, 2020

Compare these cultural conditions with yours:



These pears have a chilling requirement. Your location wasn't clear to know whether you get cold weather. Plus, Asian pears need more than one tree for pollination.


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