Sweet Gum Trees - Knowledgebase Question

Clementon, NJ (Zone 6B)
Question by reedh55
April 1, 2005
Is there any method that can be used to stop my sweet gum trees from producing fruit

Answer from NGA
April 1, 2005


The trees can be sprayed while in bloom to prevent the gumballs from forming later. A professionally trained and certified arborist would know what to use and exactly the right timing to apply it and would also have the right equipment for the job.

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