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Why apples fall without ripening


At the dacha last year, apple trees blossomed very magnificently, I thought that there would be a corresponding harvest. But in the summer most of the fruits fell small still, and this year it all repeated again. Tell me why? What are the trees missing? Maybe I'm doing something wrong?

Answers:

Well, there may be several reasons. This is a lack of nutrients, and an excess or lack of moisture. In order for the apples not to fall prematurely, it is necessary to fertilize the soil along with watering and destroy pests, since they are the main reason for the fruit to fall. Often, because of the lack of potash fertilizers in the soil, apples crumble, so you need to periodically feed them with these fertilizers.