Texas Gardening forum→Unknown Apple issues

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Serbchetnik
Jun 4, 2021 7:03 PM CST
I have a young Apple tree growing apples pretty nicely, and then the apples start getting rot spots on the as they are getting bigger. I have no idea what to do and what's causing it. I live in Houston area and we get some decent rain around this time of year, if that matters.

Would appreciate any thoughts and advice on how to treat or prevent on the apples that haven't yet been affected.

Thanks in advance.
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kittriana
Jun 9, 2021 8:32 PM CST
Check into a condition know as Bacterial Soft Rot...have had to remove a few tomatoes myself- just too much humidity, rain and heat...it affects many varieties of plants
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