Fruit Trees Not Producing Fruit

The fruit either falls off the trees or won't set after blossom has finished. The trees are four years old.

Hardiness Zone: 1

By Patricia from Tasmania

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November 6, 20090 found this helpful

Perhaps its not being pollinated, have you seen any bees? And you didn't say what type of fruit it is. You get lots of rain down in Tassie, don't you? Perhaps it's too wet or too dry? Why not ask Peter Cundel?

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