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Why apple trees (7-8 years old) do not bloom

Why apple trees (7-8 years old) do not bloom


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I have some apple trees 8-10 years old, they do not bloom. Why? And what to do?

Answers:

There may be several reasons why apple trees do not bloom.

  1. Incorrect planting of apple trees (deepening of the root neck).
  2. Invalid pruning.
  3. Excessive nutrition when the tree “eats”.
  4. It is possible that there is not enough iron.
  5. There are also self-infertile varieties that definitely need a pollinator tree.
  6. In varieties “Red Deliches” and “Sarah Sinap” the absence of flowering for 7 years is normal.