Why Does My Fruit Tree Have No Fruit?

Why Does My Fruit Tree Have No Fruit?

The following articles provide information about why fruit trees aren't bearing fruit:
  1. Why Fruit Trees Fail to Bear, UC ANR Publication 31-S68 (Web Archive link)
  2. Why is There No Fruit on My Tree?, PennState Extension, the UC article above is the best general resource, however, this publication adds the concept of excessive tree vigor caused by over-fertilization and over-pruning. 

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