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Old 07-09-2008, 07:44 PM   #1
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reviving fruit trees?


im buying a house that has an overgrown lot. But i have found 5 fruit trees on the property.

2 giant cherry trees with about 5 cherries on one of them
1 small cherry tree with 1 cherry on it
1 tiny apple tree with a few tiny apples
and a plum tree with lots of plums


is there a way to get these things to produce lots of fruit? I think the birds might have got some of the cherries, because the ones i had seen disappeared, anything i can do about them?
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Old 07-10-2008, 12:54 AM   #2
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reviving fruit trees?


Water
Fertilize
Prune- after the fruiting season is over. get someone who knows what they're doing. They can also check for pests/diseases.
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reviving fruit trees?


As far as the birds are concerned-learn to share.
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