12 December 2012

Fruit Trees Will Bear Fruit Every Year
Fruit Trees Will Bear Fruit Every Year

Most people think that some fruit tree varieties are just bred to bear fruit every other year. This isn't true. Nature wants to produce each season but it can only do what it can do with the resources it has. Nutrient deficiency is the reason for a tree to have an "off year" where it produces less or nearly no fruit. 



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    Dave de Vries
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    12 December 2012

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