Managing the Yield of Your Fruit Trees

You may be suffering from poor pollination.

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Like many of us, you may have fruit trees that are covered in blossoms in the spring. But You are disappointed when the fruit grows. In cases where the fruit falls off the branches early, you may be suffering from poor pollination.

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