Fruit Trees - Knowledgebase Question

Alexandria, Vi
Question by masoodmian
May 25, 2009
I have Pear, peach, and cherry trees. Now it is the second year I am having them planted in the ground. This season I can see lot of tiny fuits on the branches. What should I do with those fruits? Leave them, cut them off, etc.? I am located in Alexandria, VA. region.

Answer from NGA
May 25, 2009


You can leave the fruits on the trees. Some will fall off (called natural thinning) but a few may remain on the branches and ripen. Consider them a bonus if they do. By next year you should have plent of fruit. Enjoy your edible garden!

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