How do I let fruit trees bear a lot of flowers and fruits?

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  • How do I let fruit trees bear a lot of flowers and fruits?


Answer #1 | 30/12 2013 04:23
It's very hard to tell. Some fruit trees don't bear fruit until they are several years old. I don't know how old your trees are, where you live, how you're treating them, what insect pests you may have or what kind of fruit you're talking about. There's no way to tell why yours aren't bearing flowers and fruits without that additional information.
Answer #2 | 30/12 2013 06:07
To a certain extent it depends on what fruit trees you are talking about. Most fruit trees need to be 5years old before they produce fruit and the yield will increase until they reach maturity. Pruning is a very important - most trees need their middle open to produce more fruit. Some trees will have a very good year one year and then have a rest the following year. The variety Is also a factor here. It also depends on weather conditions. If you have a frost just as the blossom is appearing and it kills the blossom then less fruit. If the weather is wet and rainy so the bees don't come and pollinate the blossom you will have few if any fruits again.
Answer #3 | 30/12 2013 08:22
Learn to properly prune them. Mulch with 75% wood chip and 25% manure in the fall. Water with well water or pond water. Use fertilizer stakes in the spring under the trees. Let no 2 limbs touch or they rub off the bloom's. And set out a slab of concrete on top of sand with a little clay in it. So native bees nest there. Set them out clean water regular. They like well water best. Keep a eye out for fungus, plant garlic in the late fall under your trees to be rid of ants.

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